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Lab Manual Focp

# Lab Manual Focp

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SUBJECT CODE: CSE-101-E
SYLLABUS FOR COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB
1. Program to find Largest of three Numbers.2. Program to find largest out of ten numbers.3. Program to find largest and second largest out of ten numbers.4. Program to add two matrices.5. Program to concatenate two Strings.6. Program to check whether a string is palindrome or not.7. Program to find factorial of a number entered through Keyboard.8. Program to swap two numbers.9. Program to reverse a number entered through keyboard.10. Program to sum digits of a number entered through keyboard.11. Program to reverse a string.12. Program to check whether a number is prime or not.13. Program to implement linear search. 14. Program to Draw Pyramid of stars.15. Program to multiply two metrices.

RATIONAL BEHIND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB
This course will show you how to use the C language to create useful programs.Interactive exercises ranging from simple to challenging will illustrate all theimportant features of the language.The course is composed of sections. The first section will introduce the studentto the C programming language, as well as some general programming issues.At the start of this section, the student can verify that he or she meets thecourse prerequisites.The second section presents the basic details of the C language as they differfrom those of C++. Following this section is a focus on some advanced languageissues involving functions and memory management. Another section presentsstring manipulation and file I/O along with an overview of C's standardlibraries. Finally, the course concludes with a lesson on building projects fromseveral files, and a comprehensive look at creating useful data structures in C.C was created by Dennis M. Ritchie, in 1971 as the successor to the language`B'. The first dialect of C is now called `common C' or `classic C' and differsslightly from the new ANSI (American National Standards Institute) C standardwhich was adopted in 1983. C is a very fast and efficient yet flexible languageoften used for programs where speed and developer control are vital. In 1973,the UNIX OS was written almost entirely in C and the language remains closelylinked to this OS. The flexibility of C comes with a price since it does notenforce good style and type checking the way that other high level languages likePascal, BASIC of Java. This means that C is more error prone and more difficultto `debug'. Despite these drawbacks, C was the most widely used programminglanguage during the past three decades and is only now losing favour to objectoriented languages such as C++ and Java

SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE REQUIREMENTSSOFTWARE :
C LANGUAGE
OPERATING SYSTEM :
ANY
HARDWARE REQUIREMENT:
50MB RAM, 1GB
PROCESSOR:
386 AND ABOVE

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