Welcome to Scribd. Sign in or start your free trial to enjoy unlimited e-books, audiobooks & documents.Find out more
Standard view
Full view
of .

Chapter 1
Introduction
1.1 Origin of C
1.2 The “Hello World” Program
1.3 The C Programming Environment
Chapter 2
Variables, Data Types, I/O and Operators
2.1 Basic Data Types
2.2 Variables
2.3 Console Input / Output
2.4 Operators
2.5 Type Overflow & Underflow
2.6 Exercises
Chapter 3
Statements
3.1 Expressions and Statements
3.2 Iteration Statements
3.3 Decision Statements
3.4 Efficiency Considerations
3.5 Exercises
Chapter 4
Functions
4.1 Function Prototype ( declaration)
4.2 Function Definition & Local Variables
4.3 Scope Rules
4.4 Returning a Value
4.5 Function Arguments
4.6 Recursion
4.7 #define directive
4.8 Efficiency Considerations
4.9 Exercises
Chapter 5
Arrays & Strings
5.1 Single Dimension Arrays
5.2 Strings
5.3 Multidimensional Arrays
5.4 Arrays of Strings
5.5 Arrays as arguments to functions ( 1D )
5.6 Passing Multidimensional Arrays
5.7 Exercises
Chapter 6
Pointers
6.1 Pointer Variables
6.2 Pointer Operators * and &
6.3 Call by Reference
6.4 Pointers and Arrays
6.5 Pointer Arithmetic
6.6 Arrays of Pointers
6.7 Command Line Arguments
6.8 Dynamic Memory Allocation
6.9 Multiple Indirection -- Pointers to Pointers
6.10 Pointers to Functions
6.11 Efficiency Considerations
6.12 Exercises
Chapter 7
Structures & Unions
7.1 Structures
7.2 Bit--Fields
7.3 Unions
7.4 Enumerations
7.5 The typedef Keyword
7.7 Efficiency Considerations
7.8 Exercises
Chapter 8
Standard File I/O
8.1 Stream I/O
8.2 Low -- Level I/O
8.3 Exercises
APPENDIX A : ASCII Character Set
0 of .
Results for:
P. 1
Curs_C(Cork)

# Curs_C(Cork)

Ratings: (0)|Views: 303|Likes:

### Availability:

See more
See less

11/26/2012

pdf

text

original

Pages 4 to 9 are not shown in this preview.