Welcome in C/C++ Technology
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C (pronounced as "see", like the letter C) is a general-purpose computer programming language developed between 1969 and 1973 by Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the Unix operating system.

Although C was designed for implementing system software, it is also widely used for developing portable application software. The future of the C language is very secure. This is because the choice of programming language for any application depends on the nature of the application itself. C 's biggest assets are its performance and speed of execution. For performance critical applications there is no beating C. Besides, C has been around for many years and has a dedicated community of users. It also has a lot of online resources, a clean syntax and is easy to learn and use. So it is safe to say that C isn't going anywhere.

   
Course Content
Module A : .Introduction Module F: Concept of Arrays
What is 'C' Introduction of Arrays
History of 'C' Initialization and Declaration
 Architecture of C Programming 1-D Array and 2-D Array
Library of C lang. Multi-D Array and Application of Array
Module B: Data Types, Variables, Constants, keywords etc  Module G : Switch Statements
Types of Data Types Basic Concept
Variables A simple example
Constants  and Operators Nesting of switch
 Module C : Programming Concept Examples
Working and Understanding IDE Module H : Functions
Three "R" Process Basic Concepts of Module based Programming
Compiling and Running C Program  Types of Function and its Creation
Detail of Program and its Working Call by values and Call by reference
Module D: .Control Statements Security and Internationalization
if and nested if statements  Actual vs Formal Arguments
Statements Laders and if-else Prototype
Nesting of if-else and Laders Recursion
Working on Examples An Application using Functions
Module E: Loops and Iteration Module I : Pointers
while loop Microsoft Silverlight
do-while loop Project
for loop  
Nesting of loops (while, do-while, for)  
Break and Continue keywords  
Analysis of Loops Performance  
   
   
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