Learn Intricate C programming-Compilation & Execution,Input

Learn Intricate C programming-Compilation & Execution,Input
Learn Intricate C programming-Compilation & Execution,Input
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 1 Hours | Lec: 5 | 113 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Type Declaration Instruction, Arithmetic Instruction,Integer & Float Conversions,Hierarchy of Operations,Associativity.

There are basically three types of instructions in C:

(b)Arithmetic instruction − To perform arithmetic operations between constants and variables.


Type Declaration Instruction, Arithmetic Instruction,Integer & Float Conversions,Hierarchy of Operations,Associativity.
This course will teach you the intricacies of Compilation and Execution, Receiving Input in C Programming.
There are basically three types of instructions in C:
(a)Type declaration instruction − To declare the type of variables used in a C program.
(b)Arithmetic instruction − To perform arithmetic operations between constants and variables.
©Control instruction − To control the sequence of execution of various statements in a C program.
Although if you know other programming languages you will be able to implement these in other languages like C++, JAVA or Python too. There are no special prerequisites, but some previous programming experience will be helpful. I am going to talk about the theoretical background of Control Instruction.
As the name suggests the 'Control Instructions' enable us to specify the order in which the various instructions in a program are to be executed by the computer. In other words the control instructions determine the 'flow of control' in a program. There are four types of control instructions in C. They are:
(a) Sequence Control Instruction
(b) Selection or Decision Control Instruction
© Repetition or Loop Control Instruction
(d) Case Control Instruction
I highly recommend you to do the coding on your own in order to learn these concepts.
The curriculum consists of various modules. Each module consists of video content that may be used as-is or adapted for use in courses.
How long will it take to complete
1. Students are advised not to cover more than one section per day.
2. 2 sections, 6 lectures, short course of approx 1 hr in length with crisp information about the subject.
Kind of Course Material
1. The course is dynamic in nature, its a living entity. I will keep on changing the material according to students feedback.
2. I have avoided too much text without a break, vary activities, and have kept it light and fun. Incorporated a lot of color, small animations, video clips, sound, etc.
3. High quality video content with industry oriented examples.
4. Real life essential tricks and skills.
Structured Course
A perfect blend of theory and programming.
Do I need to take this course ?
1. C programming language is a basic language and all other programming languages are derived from it such as C++, Java, Python, etc.
2. This is the specific course that addresses the specific modules of C Programming in good detail.
3. Students are not required to refer to text books after completing this course.
4. Students will learn how programming languages work with data, what program flow is, and Decision and case Control Structures.
5. Helps in improving grades in college curriculum and at the final Campus Interview.

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