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PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING ALGORITHMS

PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING ALGORITHMS

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  • Phase Graduation

  • Stream Computer Application

  • Standard/Year Firstyear

  • Semester I

  • Medium English

  • Board/University Pune

  • Subject Principles Of Programming Algorithms

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1 Introduction To C Language
1.1 Introduction to ‘C’ Language
1.2 Application Areas
1.3 Features of ‘C’
1.4 Program Development Cycle
1.5 Structure of a ‘C’ Program

2 Language Fundamentals
2.1 ‘C’ Character Set
2.2 C Tokens
2.3 Identifiers and Keywords
2.4 Constants
2.5 Variables
2.6 Data Declarations and Definitions

3 Operators
3.1 Operators and Expressions
3.2 Statements

4 Built-In Operators and Function
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Character Input and Output
4.3 String Input and Output [gets() & puts() ]
4.4 General Output / formatted Output (printf)
4.5 Formatted Input (scanf)
4.6 Concept of Header Files
4.7 What is a Preprocessor?
4.8 Preprocessor Directives

5 Control Structures
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Selection / Decision making statements
5.3 Iterative Statements (LOOP Control structure)
5.4 The forLoop
5.5 Jump Statements

6 Introduction to Problem Solving
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Problem Solving Techniques
6.3 Steps in Problem Solving
6.4 Algorithms and Flowcharts
6.5 Characteristics of an Algorithm
6.6 Conditionals in Pseudocode
6.7 Loops in Pseudocode
6.8 Time Complexity
6.9 Simple Examples: Algorithms….

7 Simple Arithmetic Problems
7.1 Program for Addition of Two Integers
7.2 Program for Multiplication of Two Integers
7.3 Program for Division of Two Integers
7.4 Program for determining Number is +ve or -ve
7.5 Program for determining Number is Odd or Even
7.6 Program for Finding Maximum of Two Numbers
7.7 Program for Finding Maximum of Three Numbers
7.8 Program of Sum of first N Numbers
7.9 Program for Reversing Integer Number
7.10 Program for Table Generation of N Number
7.11 Program for Factorial
7.12 Program for Finding Sine of a Number
7.13 Program for Finding Cosine of a Number
7.14 Program for Combinations
7.15 Program for Permutation
7.16 Program for Pascal Triangle
7.17 Program for Finding Prime Number
7.18 Program to Find Factors of A Number
7.19 Program for Greatest Common Divisor between Two Nos
7.20 Program for Swapping of Two Integers

8 Functions
8.1 Introduction
8.2 What is a Function?
8.3 Functions and Structured Programming
8.4 How a function Works?
8.5 Library and User defined Functions
8.6 Function Declaration and Definition
8.7 Writing a Function
8.8 Calling a Function
8.9 Passing Arguments to a Function
8.10 Functions with Variable Arguments
8.11 Command Line Arguments
8.12 Recursion
8.13 Function Returning a Pointer

9 Storage classes
9.1 Meaning of Terms
9.2 Scope
9.3 Storage Classes