Introduction to C Programming
If you are a student wanting to learn C programming, or an adult learner simply researching C programming courses, this free introductory course is for you. The C programming language is one of the most popular and widely used programming languages. It is a general-purpose programming language and there are very few computer systems in existence that are not set up for its use (i.e. where a C compiler does not exist).
This C programming tutorial and course introduces you to the basics of programming in C. You will learn how programming languages work with data, what program flow is, and how to use functions, methods and routines. You will also get step-by-step instructions on how to create simple C programs and how to run them all while you learn C programming.
- Learn how to program in C;
- Learn about program flow;
- Learn about functions, methods and routines;
- How to use arguments and return values;
- How to run a simple C program.
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Modules List( 2 )
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING IN C
1 Introduction to Programming in C
In this module learn more about programming in C.
- Introduction to Computer Science for Everyone
- Which programming language?
- Binary Tutorial
- The importance of understanding binary
- Hexadecimal Tutorial
- Include Statements
- How programming languages work with data
- Some Basics Concerning RAM
- Programs are Data Too
- About Program Flow
- Functions, Methods, Routines
- About Arguments and Return Values
- About Syntax and Functions
- Writing your first program in C
- Review of your first program
- Running your first program
END OF COURSE ASSESSMENT
2 Introduction to Programming in C Assessment
You must score 80% or more to pass this assessment.
- Introduction to Programming in C Assessment