Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module C230. This topic is presented on public courses Learning to program in C and C++
, C++ for C Programmers
, C and C++ Programming
, Learning to program in C and C++
, C and C++ Programming
This short module provides a quick
reminder of the C languages for delegates
attending our C++ course, which builds on
the syntax and principles of C.
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|4566||C - why is slow to write and debug) but fast to run?|
I often say on my courses that you can write code in a morning in Perl, Python or Ruby that would tae a week in C. How come, and why would anyone use C these days?
Firstly, C is the underlying language on which others are built. We need it there in the background, even if we don't (ourselves) code ...
|4555||Preprocessor directives in C and C++ - what they mean|
The C pre-processor runs on your C and C++ code at compile time prior to the main compile process. Source lines starting with the # character are processed to roduce a new source code file (internally - you don't normally see this) which is then the input to the compile process "proper".
|4466||Moving from C to C++ - Structured to Object Oriented - a lesson for engineers|
The C language formed a a logical base from which C++ - an object oriented language developed. One of the major reasons that it is indeed a logical base is that C and its libraries include a number of elements though which you can write code which is essentially object oriented if you write with the ...
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Topics covered in this module
Overview / Reminder of C.
Arrays, pointers, structures, unions.
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