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Fundamentals of C
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Introduction

  1. Starting point to learn 'C' Programming
    (1)
  2. Why Learn C
    (1)
  3. Settingup IDE
    (1)

Fundamentals-1

  1. Components Of Computer From Programmers Point Of View
    (1)
  2. Memory
    (1)
  3. Memory - Constants
    (1)
  4. Memory Operations
    (1)
  5. ALU
    (1)
  6. Relational And Logical Operators
    (1)
  7. Console Output
    (1)
  8. Console Output Continued
    (1)
  9. Console Output Continued - Fixed Width Display
    (1)
  10. Console Output Continued - Sample Table Output
    (1)
  11. String Array
    (1)
  12. Keyboard Input - Char Input
    (1)
  13. Key Board Input - String Input
    (1)
  14. Key Board Input - Scanf
    (1)
  15. Why scanf?
    (1)
  16. Abbreviated Assignment Increment Operators
    (1)

Solved Programs-1

  1. Area Of Circle
    (1)
  2. Compound Interest
    (1)
  3. Fahrenheit 2 Celsius
    (1)
  4. Volume And Area Of Sphere
    (1)
  5. Simple String Encoding
    (1)

Control Statements

  1. Control Statement - if
    (1)
  2. Switch Case
    (1)

Looping Statements

  1. Looping - Condition Based
    (1)
  2. Continue - Break
    (1)
  3. Looping - Finite Number of Times
    (1)

Solved-Programs-2

  1. Averaging N Numbers
    (1)
  2. Encrypting A String
    (1)
  3. Display ASCII
    (1)
  4. Sum Of Numbers Divisible by 5
    (1)

Solved Examples-3

  1. Sum Of Even Integers From 2 to 30
    (1)
  2. Product Of Odd Integers
    (1)
  3. Factorial Table
    (1)
  4. Histogram
    (1)
  5. Smallest Of N Numbers
    (1)
  6. Text Analysis- Alphabets Digits Etc
    (1)
  7. Text Analysis - Vowels Consonents
    (1)
  8. Switch - Temperature
    (1)
  9. Switch - Color Analysis
    (1)
  10. Ice Water Steam
    (1)
  11. Reverse Copy
    (1)
  12. Cumulative Product
    (1)
  13. Fibonacci Series
    (1)
  14. Prime Table
    (1)
  15. Interactive Program
    (1)
  16. Sum Of Odd Integers
    (1)
  17. Sine Value
    (1)
  18. Start Pattern
    (1)
  19. Number Pyramid
    (1)
  20. PI Value
    (1)

Random Numbers

  1. Random Number Concept
    (1)
  2. Random Programs
    (1)

Functions

  1. Functions
    (1)
  2. Maximum
    (1)
  3. Prime Or Fibonacci
    (1)
  4. Unity Number
    (1)
  5. Recursive Functions
    (1)
  6. Recursion - Unity Number
    (1)

Array

  1. One Dimensional Array
    (1)
  2. Maximum of Array
    (1)
  3. Multi Dimensional Array
    (1)
  4. Matrix Addition
    (1)
  5. Matrix Multiplication
    (1)
  6. Matrix Statistics
    (1)
  7. String Array
    (1)

Pointers

  1. Pointers
    (1)
  2. Pointers And Functions
    (1)

Structures

  1. Structure
    (1)
  2. Structure Pointer Functions
    (1)

Files

  1. Data Files
    (1)
  2. Read Line By Line
    (1)
  3. Text File Processing
    (1)
  4. Text File Floating Point Numbers
    (1)
  5. Text File Write
    (1)
  6. Text File Student Record
    (1)
  7. Text File Find Highest Mark Student
    (1)

Command Line Arguments

  1. What is command line argument?
    (1)
  2. Factorial automation
    (1)
  3. Add all supplied numbers
    (1)

Mini Project - 1 (Store Items)

  1. Project Demo
    (1)
  2. Binary file creation
    (1)
  3. Reading Binary File
    (1)
  4. Managing Store Item Master
    (1)
  5. Managing Store Item Master - 2
    (1)
  6. Creating Header file
    (1)
  7. Understanding project flow
    (1)
  8. Project Setup in Quincy IDE
    (1)
  9. List store items
    (1)
  10. Receipt Entry
    (1)
  11. List Transactions
    (1)
  12. Finish the Project
    (1)

Mini Project - 2 (Arithmetic Progression)

  1. Arithmetic Progression (Stage-1)
    (1)
  2. Arithmetic Progression (Stage-2)
    (1)
  3. Arithmetic Progression (Stage-3)
    (1)

Conclusion

  1. What's next?
    (1)
Fundamentals-1 » Components Of Computer From Programmers Point Of View
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  • Components Of Computer From Programmers Point Of View
Description
In order to learn the programming techniques from its base, it is very important to know the basics of the hardware level components of the computer.

Because, each and every activity involves in controlling the memory, ALU or the input and output peripherals of the computer. It is very important to learn these components very well, so that the controlling of these devices also very easy and appropriate using right commands.

Author follows his own technique, which you can find nowhere. This makes the candidates to learn very easily and no need of memorizing the programming statements line by line.

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