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    00: Course Introduction 39
    01: What is C? 22
    02: A Simple C Program 34
    03: Variables & DataTypes 32
    04: Arithmetic Operations 35
    05: Workshop 1 Solutions 18
    06: Control Statements Part 1 38
    07: Workshop 2 Solution 14
    08: Control Statements Part 2 25
    09: Control Statements Part 3 23
    10: Loops 34
    11: Functions 36
    12: Course Summary and Evaluation 17
    Course Survey
    Total: 6 hours 16 minutes

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    Description

    This online Introduction to C Programming course is taught by expert instructor Donna Martin.  In this C course, Donna introduces you to the C programming language and helps you learn to think like a C programmer.  You will start with the layout of a program and venture into control statements, loops, functions and basic I/O. You will learn solid C programming techniques.  When you complete this class, you will be able to write basic C Programs, identify and practice safe C Programming techniques, implement control statements, perform basic looping and modularize your C Programs.

    Once you have completed Introduction to C Programming Part 1, the next online C course in this series is Intro to C Programming Part 2.  Part 2 will enhance your C programming  knowledge by discussing complex data types such as arrays, structures and pointers.  Click here to learn more about Intro to C Programming Part 2.

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    Prerequisites

    While the syntax of the C language is covered thoroughly in this course, there is an assumption of knowledge and skill with the operating system you will be working with - including some underlying basics of programming.  If you do not have this experience, we recommend the following GogoTraining courses:

     

     

    Objectives

    As a result of taking this online C course, you will be able to:

    • Write basic C Programs
    • Identify and practice safe C Programming techniques
    • Implement control statements
    • Perform basic looping
    • Modularize your C Programs

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    Introduction to C Programming Part 1 Outline

    Module 00: Learn C - Introduction to C Programming Part 1 - Course Introduction

    Module 01: What is C?

    • History of C
    • Purpose of the language
    • Basic features of C

    Module 02: A Simple C Program

    • Layout
    • Declarations
    • Body
    • Demo 1

    Module 03: Variables & DataTypes

    • Characters, integers, and floating point numbers
    • Naming variables
    • Constants
    • Quiz 1

    Module 04: Arithmetic Operations

    • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Modulus
    • Integer vs. Floating point arithmetic
    • Precedence
    • Assignment operators
    • Increment/decrement operators
    • Workshop

    Module 05: Workshop 1 Solutions

    Module 06: Control Statements – Part 1

    • If and if-else statements
    • Relational, logical and equality operators
    • The ! operator
    • Value of an expression
    • Workshop

    Module 07: Workshop 2 Solution

    Module 08: Control Statements – Part 2

    • Condition Expressions
    • Workshop & solution
    • Macros

    Module 09: Control Statements – Part 3

    • Switch Statements
    • Workshop & Solution

    Module 10: Loops

    • For, while, & do-while loops
    • Workshop & Solution

    Module 11: Functions

    • Declaring Functions
    • Returning values
    • Variables & scope
    • Understanding the stack
    • Workshop & Solution

    Module 12: Learn C - Intro to C Programming Part 1 Course- Summary

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    • Computer: Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux

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    This class was recorded on an XP system using the Embarcadero compiler.  The Embarcadero compiler is Windows compatible and will support any Windows system. 

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