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This course introduces several components of basic C programming that you will apply in your real-world projects. It focuses purely on traditional C language without any OS specific dependencies. So, this course can be followed by any Windows, Mac OS, or Linux user.
This course is designed to teach C programming through small classroom projects, in an informal way. Both the basic and advanced topics including the difficult ones like string handling, files, structures, pointers, linked lists, and command-line arguments are covered, though you may not find them listed in an organized manner in the titles that you see down here. There are also over a 100 questions grouped into 37 quizzes to reinforce the concepts.
Noteworthy comments by learners:
I really liked the fact that this course is not as slow as most programming courses which get boring after a little while...All in all it was a fun and awesome course, I will for sure be following other courses from the same teacher --Alessandro Bassi
A good Place to learn C basics...course gives huge opportunity to know ones weakness in C programming. A consecutive lecture and quiz series gives one consolidated approach -- Akash Saxena
- Focus towards the way a C program is written in a real-world project.
- Slightly fast paced and rigorous, yet easily doable.
- Cover as many concepts as possible in a single yet simple program.
- Almost each lecture is clubbed with questions to reinforce basic concepts.
- Constant additions and updates to content
- Make the student capable of writing a new C program from scratch on his own.
- Make the student comfortable in dealing with difficult concepts like pointers and linked lists.
- Familiarize the student with as many basic features of C as possible.
- Make the student get comfortable referring to the C Programming Language book by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie.
- Make the student feel happy, self-confident, and accomplished.
This is an evolving course. Future additions to the course could be based on the what the students want to learn next, apart from more additions to the fundamental concepts.
Learning C is a life-changing experience. After you learn C thoroughly, you can never ever become a bad or mediocre programmer in your career.