Teach Yourself C in 21 Days. Table of Contents: Introduction q. Day 1 - Getting Started with C q. Day 2 - The Components of a C Program q. C++. Jesse Liberty. Bradley Jones. FIFTH EDITION. Teach Yourself. in21Days. East 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. In just 21 days, you'll have all the skills you need to get started with C. With this complete tutorial, you'll master the basics and them move on to.
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Pointer Cautions. Array Subscript Notation and Pointers. Passing Arrays to Functions. Pausing for a Second or Two.
Day Working with Characters and Strings. The char Data Type.
Using Character Variables. Using Strings. Strings and Pointers. Strings Without Arrays. Displaying Strings and Characters. Reading Strings from the Keyboard. Implementing Structures, Unions, and TypeDefs. Working with Simple Structures. Using Structures That are More Complex. Arrays of Structures. Initializing Structures.
Structures and Pointers. Understanding Unions. Creating Synonyms for Structures with typedef. Understanding Variable Scope. What Is Scope? Creating External Variables. Creating Local Variables. Local Variables and the main Function.
Local Variables and Blocks. Secret Messages. Advanced Program Control. Ending Loops Early. The goto Statement. Infinite Loops. The switch Statement. Exiting the Program. Executing Operating System Commands in a Program. Working with the Screen, Printer, and Keyboard.
Streams and C.
Using C's Stream Functions. Accepting Keyboard Input. Controlling Output to the Screen. Redirecting Input and Output.
When to Use fprintf. Week 2 In Review. Pointers: Beyond the Basics. Declaring Pointers to Pointers. Pointers and Multidimensional Arrays. Working with Arrays of Pointers.
Working with Pointers to Functions. Bonus Section: Understanding Linked Lists. Using Disk Files. Relating Streams to Disk Files.
Understanding the Types of Disk Files. Using Filenames.
Opening a File. Writing and Reading File Data. File Buffering: Closing and Flushing Files. Detecting the End of a File. File Management Functions. Using Temporary Files. Counting Characters. Manipulating Strings.
Determining String Length. Copying Strings. Concatenating Strings. Comparing Strings. Searching Strings. String Conversions. Miscellaneous String Functions. String-to-Number Conversions. Character Test Functions. Getting More from Functions. Passing Pointers to Functions. Type void Pointers.
Functions That Return a Pointer. Exploring the C Function Library. Mathematical Functions. Dealing with Time. Searching and Sorting.
Calculating Mortgage Payments. Working with Memory. Type Conversions. Allocating Memory Storage Space. Manipulating Memory Blocks. Working with Bits. Advanced Compiler Use. Programming with Multiple Source-Code Files. The C Preprocessor. Predefined Macros. Using Command-Line Arguments. Week 3 In Review. Bonus Day 1. Object-Oriented Programming Languages. Procedural and Object-Oriented Languages.
The Object-Oriented Constructs. The Java Programming Language. The C Programming Language. Bonus Day 2. Bonus Day 3. Using Classes. Creating Access Member Functions. Structures Versus Classes. Housekeeping with Classes. Handy tutorial C programming techniques are presented here in a logical and easy to follow sequence, that should help the reader to understand the principles involved in developing programs.
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