C Programming Language

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C Programming

A comprehensive look at the C programming language and its features.

Table of Contents


100% developed Why Learn C?
100% developed History
75% developed What you need before you can learn
50% developed Obtaining a Compiler

Beginning C

50% developed Intro Exercise
75% developed Preliminaries
75% developed Basics of Compilation
100% developed Programming Structure and Style
75% developed Variables
75% developed Simple Input and Output
50% developed Operators and type casting
75% developed Arrays and Strings
75% developed Program Flow Control
50% developed Procedures and Functions
50% developed Standard Libraries
75% developed Exercises

Intermediate C

50% developed Advanced Data Types
50% developed Pointers and Relationship to Arrays
50% developed Memory Management
50% developed Error Handling
75% developed Stream I/O
75% developed String Manipulation
75% developed Further Math
25% developed Libraries

Advanced C

50% developed Common Practices
50% developed Preprocessor Directives and Macros
50% developed Sockets and Networking (UNIX)
25% developed Serialization and X-Macros
25% developed Coroutines

C and Beyond

50% developed Particularities of C
0% developed Low-level I/O
50% developed C Trigraph
25% developed Language Overloading and Extensions
25% developed Combining Languages
75% developed Object Oriented Programming: The GObject System
0% developed Commented Source Code Library

Computer Science

Some of the following are C adaptations of articles from the Computer programming book.

100% developed Statements
75% developed Side Effects and Sequence Points

Reference Tables

This section has some tables and lists of C entities.

25% developed Standard Library Reference
0% developed Preprocessor Reference
75% developed Language Reference

Platform Reference

25% developed POSIX
25% developed GNU C Library
25% developed MS Windows


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