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All of C Smarajit Ghosh

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi : PHI Learning, 2012.Description: xiii, 478 pages : 23 cmISBN:
  • 9788120335202
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 005.133 GHO
Contents:
1. Number Systems, Codes, And Boolean Algebra 2. Unix 3. Structure Of C Programming 4. Basic Elements 5. Operators And Expressions 6. Input And Output Operations 7. Control Statements 8. Arrays 9. Character Strings 10. User-Defined Functions 11. Pointers 12. Structures And Unions 13. File Management 14. Introduction To Data Structures In C
Summary: Designed as a text for the students of computer science, computer applications, all branches of engineering, and also for those pursuing courses in ICT (Information Communication Technology) related subjects, this book is suitable for anyone new to programming in C. It teaches the readers all about C—introduces the basic programming concepts, how to program, then moves on to a thorough discussion of advanced techniques and features of C. Though a new title, it is a completely reorganized, thoroughly revised and fully updated version of the author’s earlier book Programming in C. Highly practical in nature, the text is enriched throughout with numerous worked-out examples to help the reader grasp the application of the concepts discussed. Each chapter concludes with a section ‘Test Yourself’ (with answers) that provides students with an opportunity to solve plenty of interesting problems and coding assignments. Besides the book offers the following special features in three separate sections to help students build competence in programming and to prepare them to attempt solutions to real-life assignments.
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1. Number Systems, Codes, And Boolean Algebra

2. Unix

3. Structure Of C Programming

4. Basic Elements

5. Operators And Expressions


6. Input And Output Operations


7. Control Statements


8. Arrays



9. Character Strings



10. User-Defined Functions




11. Pointers





12. Structures And Unions






13. File Management







14. Introduction To Data Structures In C






Designed as a text for the students of computer science, computer applications, all branches of engineering, and also for those pursuing courses in ICT (Information Communication Technology) related subjects, this book is suitable for anyone new to programming in C. It teaches the readers all about C—introduces the basic programming concepts, how to program, then moves on to a thorough discussion of advanced techniques and features of C. Though a new title, it is a completely reorganized, thoroughly revised and fully updated version of the author’s earlier book Programming in C.

Highly practical in nature, the text is enriched throughout with numerous worked-out examples to help the reader grasp the application of the concepts discussed. Each chapter concludes with a section ‘Test Yourself’ (with answers) that provides students with an opportunity to solve plenty of interesting problems and coding assignments. Besides the book offers the following special features in three separate sections to help students build competence in programming and to prepare them to attempt solutions to real-life assignments.

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