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INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING AND C PROGRAMMING

INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING AND C PROGRAMMING

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  • Phase Graduation

  • Stream Science

  • Branch Biotechnology

  • Standard/Year Firstyear

  • Medium English

  • Board/University Pune

  • Subject Introduction To Programming And C Programming

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1. Computer Languages
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Computer system
1.3 Computer languages
1.4 Compilers and interpreters
1.5 Program development process
2. Problem Solving
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Algorithms
2.3 Flowchart
2.4 Solved examples
3. Introduction to C
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Where ‘C’ stands
3.3 History of C language
3.4 Why ‘C’?
3.5 Application areas
3.6 Writing and executing a ‘C’ program
4. C Tokens
4.1 Introduction
4.2 The C character set
4.3 C tokens
4.4 Keywords and identifiers
4.5 Constants
4.6 Operators
4.7 Data types in C
4.8 Data declarations and definitions
4.9 Operators and expressions
4.10 Statements
5. Input and Output
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Character input and output (Getchar and Putchar)
5.3 String input and output (Gets and Puts)
5.4 Formatted output (Printf)
5.5 Formatted input (Scanf)
5.6 Sample programs
6. Control Structures
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Selection/decision making statements
6.3 Iterative statements (LOOP Control Structure)
6.4 Jump statements
6.5 Solved programs
7. Functions
7.1 Introduction
7.2 What is a function?
7.3 Advantages of functions
7.4 Library and user defined functions
7.5 How a function works
7.6 How to write functions
7.7 Calling a function
7.8 Passing information–parameters
7.9 Methods of passing arguments
7.10 Recursion
7.11 Scope of variables
7.12 Storage classes
8. Arrays
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Array declaration
8.3 One–dimensional arrays
8.4 Two-dimensional arrays
8.5 Multidimensional arrays
8.6 Arrays and functions
8.7 Solving mathematical and statistical problems
9. Pointers
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Memory organization
9.3 The basics of pointers
9.4 Applications of pointers
9.5 Using pointers
9.6 Pointer arithmetic
9.7 Precedence of & and * operators
9.8 Pointer to a pointer
9.9 Pointers and functions
9.10 Arrays and pointers
9.11 Array of pointers
9.12 Void pointers
9.13 Pointers to constant objects
9.14 Constant pointers
9.15 Some declarations and their meanings
9.16 Dynamic memory allocation
9.17 Solved examples
10. Strings
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Declaring and initializing string variables
10.3 String input/output
10.4 Standard library functions
10.5 Strings and pointers
10.6 Array of strings
10.7 Solved examples
11. Structures and Unions
11.1 Structures
11.2 Unions
11.3 Difference between structures and unions
12. C Preprocessor
12.1 What is a preprocessor?
12.2 Preprocessor directives
13. Command Line Argument
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Advantages of command line arguments
13.3 Solved examples
14. File Handling
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Streams
14.3 Types of files
14.4 Operations on a file
14.5 Random access to files
Self Evaluation Questions
Appendix