C Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals

C Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals

C Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals

In this C Tutorials For Beginners and Professionals article series, I am going to cover all the basic and advanced concepts of C with real-time examples. Each concept will explain with simple as well as real-time examples. The C programming language is considered as the base for all other programming languages, this is the reason why it is called as Mother Language. 

What is C?

C is a general-purpose, procedural oriented programming language developed by Dennis M. Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1972 for creating system application software that directly interacts with hardware devices such as the kernel, drivers, etc. C is one of the most widely used programming languages. 

Why Learn C Programming?

If you want to become a successful software engineer, then it is mandatory for you to learn the C programming language. The reason for this is, the C programming language is considered as the base for other programming languages such as Java, C#, etc and this is the reason why it is considered as the mother of all other programming languages.

This C Tutorials For whom?

This C tutorial is designed for beginners as well as professional software programmers with a need to understand the in-depth concept of C programming language starting from scratch. These tutorials provide a hands-on approach to the subject with step-by-step program examples that will assist you to learn and put the acquired knowledge into practice.

Applications of C Programming

Some of the examples of the use of C are as follows:

  1. Database Systems
  2. Language Interpreters
  3. Language Compilers
  4. Compilers and Assemblers
  5. Operating Systems
  6. Network Drivers
  7. Word Processors
  8. Assemblers
  9. Text Editors
  10. Modern Programs
Something about C
  1. C was initially developed to write an operating system called UNIX.
  2. C is the successor of B language which was introduced in the early 1970s.
  3. The C language was formalized in the year 1988 by the American National Standard Institute (ANSI).
  4. Today C becomes one of the most widely used and popular System Programming Language.
  5. It is also considered that C is the mother of all programming languages.
What you will learn from this C Tutorial?
  1. Introduction & Environment Setup
  2. Fundamentals
  3. Control Statements
  4. Functions & Storage Classes
  5. PreProcessing
  6. Arrays
  7. Strings
  8. Pointers
  9. CLA, Enum, Typedef & Dynamic Memory
  10. File & Error Handling
  11. Structure & Union

Each concept will be explained theoretically with simple as well as complex programming examples and in the end, we will also discuss the possible interview questions along with answers.

What do we expect from you?

We will try our level best to cover all the C-related concepts, but in the meantime, if you have any specific concept in your mind that you want us to cover or if we missed any concept in this C Tutorials, then please let us know by leaving it as a comment on the comment box, and we will definitely discuss that concept(s) in this C Tutorials course.

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites required to learn C as we are going to start from the very basics. But, it is good to you have a basic understanding of Computer Programming terminologies. I hope at the end of this C Tutorials, you will become an expert in C.

About the Author:

Kalpana Mahanty is a Technical Lead | Freelancer | Technical Author | Python | C | C++ | SQL | Selenium | Linux | Unix Expert.

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C – Introduction & Environment Setup

C – Fundamentals

C – Control Statements

C – Functions & Storage Classes

C – PreProcessing

C –  Arrays

C – Strings

C – Pointers

C – CLA Enum Typedef Dynamic Memory

C – File & Error Handling

C – Structure & Union

C – Interview

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