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Title      : MSIT-102 Programming Concepts and C
Subject      : Information Technology
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 16/208
Total Price      : Rs.      : 148
 
 
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Unit 1 Total views (223)  
C was developed by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Laboratories in 1972. Most of its principles and ideas were taken from the earlier language B, BCPL and CPL. CPL was developed jointly between the Mathematical Laboratory at ' the University of Cambridge and' the University of London Computer Unit in 1960s. CPL (Combined Programming Language) was developed with the purpose of creating a language that was c ......
Pages: 11
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Unit 2 Total views (220)  
In this unit we gave discussed about the various compiling options in executing C programs viz., IDE features and Common line options. It has been list out the various freely available C compilers along the features. At the end of this unit you will be able understand. the compilation of C programs.
Pages: 8
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Unit 3 Total views (225)  
Every word in C language is a keyword or an identifier/variable. Keywords in C language cannot be used as a variable name. They are specifically used by the compiler for its own purpose and they serve as building blocks of a c program.
Pages: 11
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Unit 4 Total views (221)  
Input and output are covered in some detail. C allows quite precise control of these. This section discusses input and output from keyboard and screen. The same mechanisms can be used to read or write data from and to files. It is also possible to treat character strings in a similar way, constructing or analyzing them and storing results in variables. These variants of the basic input and output ......
Pages: 20
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Unit 5 Total views (183)  
Arithmetic operators are the most common. Other operators are used for comparison of values, combination of logical states, and manipulation of individual binary digits. The binary operators are rather low level for so are not covered here. Operators and values are combined to form expressions. The values produced by these expressions can be stored in variables, or used as a part of even larger e ......
Pages: 13
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Unit 6 Total views (178)  
Once we can declare data to be the type and size with the appropriate precision for our task, we would like to perform operations with the data. We have already discussed some of the basic C operators, and in this section we provide the complete precedence table for all C operators.
Pages: 16
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Unit 7 Total views (182)  
A program consists of a number of statements which are usually executed in sequence. Programs can be much more powerful if we can control the order in which statements are run.
Pages: 11
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Unit 8 Total views (181)  
Storage class refers to the permanence of a variable, and its scope which the program, i.e., the portion of the program over which the variable is recognized. C has a concept of 'Storage classes' which are used to define the scope (visibility) and life time of variables and/or functions .
Pages: 12
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Unit 9 Total views (181)  
A function definition has two principal components: the function header and body of the function. The function header is the data type of return value followed by function name and (optionally) a set of arguments separated by commas and enclosed in parenthesis. Associated type to which function accepts precedes each argument.
Pages: 9
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Unit 10 Total views (181)  
Before the Standard, it was not possible to give any information about a function's arguments except in the definition of the function itself. The information was only used in the body of the function and was forgotten at the end. In those bad old days, it was quite possible to define a function that had three double arguments and only to pass it one int, when it was called. The program would com ......
Pages: 15
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Unit 11 Total views (182)  
Array is a collection of same type elements under the same variable identifier referenced by index number. Arrays are widely used within programming for different purposes such as sorting, searching and etc. Arrays allow you to store a group of data of a single type. Arrays are efficient and useful for performing operations.
Pages: 11
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Unit 12 Total views (181)  
In C, array of character are called strings. A string is terminated by null character 10. For example: "c string unit"
Pages: 9
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Unit 13 Total views (181)  
In c a pointer is a variable that points to or references a memory location in which data is stored. Each memory cell in the computer has an address that can be used to access that location so a pointer variable points to a memory location we can access and change the contents of this memory location via the pointer.
Pages: 19
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Unit 14 Total views (182)  
A useful technique is the ability to have pointers to functions. Their declaration is easy: write the declaration as it would be for the function, say int func(int a, float b); and simply put brackets around the name and a * in front of it: that declares the pointer.
Pages: 21
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Unit 15 Total views (178)  
Structure is the collection of variables of different types under a single name for better handling, For example: You want to store the information about person about his/her name, citizenship number and salary, You can create this information separately but, better approach will be collection of this information under single name because all these information are related to person.
Pages: 12
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Unit 16 Total views (178)  
It is possible to define a array of structures for example if we are maintaining information of all the students in the college and if 100 students are studying in the college, We need to use an array than single- variables.
Pages: 10
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