C & C++

Last Update March 15, 2024
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About This Course

what is computer programming?

Computer programming, often referred to simply as “programming,” is the process of designing and writing a set of instructions for a computer to execute. These instructions are written in a programming language, which is a structured and human-readable way of communicating with computers. The primary goal of computer programming is to create software or applications that can perform specific tasks or solve particular problems.

why learn C and C++ ?

Learning C and C++ programming languages can be valuable for several reasons, and the choice between the two depends on your specific goals and interests Here are some reasons why learning C and C++ can be beneficial:

Foundation for Understanding, Efficiency and Performance, Portability, Embedded Systems, Operating Systems, Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), Industry Relevance, Cross-Platform Development, Modern Features

Learning Objectives

Basic Syntax: You will learn the fundamental syntax of the C programming language, including variable declaration, data types, operators, and control structures (loops and conditionals).
Functions: You'll learn how to write functions in C, which are reusable blocks of code that perform specific tasks.
Pointers: Understanding and working with pointers is a crucial aspect of C programming. Pointers are variables that store memory addresses and are used for tasks like dynamic memory allocation and efficient data manipulation.
Memory Management: C provides manual memory management, and you'll learn how to allocate and deallocate memory using functions like malloc and free.
Arrays and Strings: You'll become proficient in working with arrays and strings, which are fundamental data structures in C & C++.
File Handling: C provides functions for file input and output operations. You'll learn how to read from and write to files.
Debugging and Error Handling: Learning how to debug C programs and handle errors is an essential skill.
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP): C++ extends C by introducing OOP concepts like classes and objects. You'll learn how to create and use classes, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
Templates: C++ supports template classes and functions, allowing you to write generic code that can work with different data types.
Exception Handling: You'll learn how to use exception handling to manage errors and exceptions in C++ programs.

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Target Audience

  • Basic programming is typically aimed at beginners who are new to the field of programming and want to build a foundation in computer programming concepts and practices.

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