- You want to learn programming but don't know where to start?
- Wondering what language to choose to start so you can easily start writing finished programs?
- You have a problem with understanding the lessons about the basics of programming?
- Are you familiar with the theory, but you still do not have enough practical knowledge?
- You want to combine electronics with programming but you are lacking in knowledge and you don't know if you can do this?
Check out our course of the programming in the C language!
The course is designed for beginners who want to quickly understand all the important C concepts and start creating their own programs. Classical C is a popular, versatile and easy-to-learn language so it is a smart choice for those who want to start their adventure with programming. Even a basic knowledge of C will help you much faster with learning other programming languages, such as C++ or C#.
The trailer of the course.
How does it work? The training was prepared to maximally reduce the time spent on the learning. You can also watch the training videos and to write your own program codes thus, you will quickly master the skills required for each programmer.
What is included in the course?
With this course, you will easily learn all the most important questions related to programming in C - from preparing the working environment to more complex issues like arrays or pointers. You will gain knowledge that is crucial for the further development of your skills.
Many of the devices you use every day are based on software written in C. This popular language serves, i.a. for programming microcontrollers or Arduino boards (check also the Course Arduino from scratches). If you want to combine electronics with programming but you don't know where to start because you don't know the basics of programming in the C language, this course will be a great choice.
The course begins with the preparation of the development environment. The narrator shows how to install Code::Block which is a very popular working environment among the C programmers. You will learn how to use its almost unlimited possibilities and, thanks to it, work faster and more efficiently.
We write a program
In this section, presented are relevant issues that will allow you to understand the idea of programming and start creating your own projects. Thoroughly discussed was the structure of the program, the use of variables and comments which help to maintain order in the code. At this stage, you will face the first challenge! The narrator has developed a list of practical tasks, elimination of which will help you to consolidate your knowledge. In subsequent chapters you will learn the action of the input statement, the application of indicators and first functions. Indicators and functions are very important issues in programming so here, you will also find several issues to solve.
Conditional statements and loops
The interaction of the program with the user would not have been possible without the participation of the conditional statements. This is another important issue that is easy to learn by repeating, step by step, the actions that occur on screen. In the next stage, you will also learn how to use loops and how to choose its right look to solve the problem.
You want to automate certain processes in your program? Use functions! In this chapter, we have discussed all the important issues related to functions, i.e. statements, sending arguments and returning values.
Arrays and additional issues
In the next stage of training, you will learn how to work with arrays. You will be able to practice reading and writing the arrays on practical examples of finished programs, as well as to work with two-dimensional arrays. At the end of the training, you will get acquainted with more complex examples, such as recursive functions, and recording and reading data from a file. Don't worry if you do not understand all of these terms – after completing the course, you will be able to write your own programs and to develop skills in almost everything!
We write the programmes
Conditional statements and loops