Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module C208. This topic is presented on public courses Learning to Program in C
, Learning to program in C++
, Programming in C
, C and C++ Programming
Programs don't run in isolation - they need to read in
command line and environment variables from the user, and
return results. They need to use standard libraries of
functions, and they may need to be compiled up and prepared to
run under a variety of different operating systems.
Examples from our training material
|cle.c|| Command line arguments and the environment|
|ctoken.c|| Tokenising a string into a structure|
|fyle.c|| File reading - template for delegates|
|makefile|| makefile for module C202|
|qn208.c|| Command line options and parameters|
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Topics covered in this module
The Preprocessor and Macros
Using command line parameters and environment variables
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