2 weeks ago
5.00 Star (5)
It's time to finally master the C programming language. Dan, your tutor, has been developing in the C programming language for over ten years and has a lot of experience to give. In this course you will learn C programming on Windows. What makes this course different from the others is that you will actually use the compiler. An IDE will just not do it for us. We will be using the compiler ourselves this will give you the experience you need to manually use the GCC compiler. Be A Pro.
This course will teach you everything about the C programming language, you will be taken through the basics all the way to more complicated concepts such as functions, pointers and library development. Best of all this course is made to be beginner friendly.
We end this course by creating a book program that allows a user to create books, save them to disk and then read them again.
Once you have finished this course you will be experienced in the C programming language and will have no trouble moving forward with your own personal projects. This course is great for students who need that extra push
This course is beginner friendly regardless of your current skill level
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Be able to follow the course all the way through, every lecture pushes you a little more further
C Programmers Who Want To Master The Language
How to program in the C programming language
All about pointers/structures
Every part of the C programming language its self
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Dragon Zap Instructor
Very useful course for an intro to C
Not bad! Immediately useful for me as I hadn't installed a C compiler on a modern machine, and the environment variables always confused me. It's hard to cover a lot of ground in a short course too. I wish there were more stars here, but unfortunately there are some gaps that make this perfect for intermediate C programmers doing a refresher, but not suitable for true beginners: * No resources for checking against or summaries of learning to check against. A GitHub repository would be extremely useful for checking your code against. The video goes so quickly you can't keep up if you try to type-along. And remembering in which video a little tip was covered is basically impossible. * No task-driven learning (ie questions to practice your skills), only copying the example in the video. Unfortunately, passive learning is not succifient - active repetition is essential. * Needs more detail on maths processing, especially floats and doubles, and the maths.h library * Any indication how to research library functions. This remains my biggest problem with C programming. That said, I did learn a bunch of things (preprocesor stuff) and what's covered is done pretty well. Thanks.
This course was fantastic, I pratically enjoyed how he talks about the preprocessor, this is something I did not know
Pretty decent for 5 hours of content, i learned a lot
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