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C Programming Language for Beginners on Linux from Complier Installation to Writing and Flags

Have you never programmed a computer before, and think or have been told that C is a good programming language to get started with. It is! Maybe you have some experience with other programming languages, but want to learn C. It’s a great language to add to your resume! Or perhaps you are stuck in […]

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Updated May 10, 2024

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Have you never programmed a computer before, and think or have been told that C is a good programming language to get started with. It is!
Maybe you have some experience with other programming languages, but want to learn C. It’s a great language to add to your resume!
Or perhaps you are stuck in a low paying programming job, and want to move up to a better, more senior position. Learning C can help you!
The fact is, learning how to program in C is not only an excellent programming language to get started with, but it will also make you a better programming in other computer languages!
Why learn C ?
C is often considered to be the mother of all languages because so many other languages have been based on it.
Though C is simple it is one of the most powerful languages ever created. Considering it was created over 40 years ago, it is still used heavily and is usually in the top 5 or 10 most popular and most widely programming languages in the world.
Learning C can actually make you a better programming in other languages like C++, Java, or C# by equipping you with a mental model of what the computer is actually doing when you run your programs.

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Course Content

Level up your C programming skills today!

  • C language course: setup, intro and basics
    31:02
  • Loops, printing to screen, floating point variables
    31:04
  • Hexadecimal and binary notation, static variables
    31:02
  • Methods, parameters, strings
    30:25
  • Get input from user, compare strings, control flow
    28:28
  • Pointers, addresses, printing patterns to the screen
    32:16
  • Structures, dynamic memory allocation, type definition
    30:35
  • Read and write files, command line arguments, compiler flags
    27:38

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C Programming Language for Beginners on Linux from Complier Installation to Writing and Flags
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