Basic Computation and Programming with C
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- Subrata Saha, Techno India Hooghly, West Bengal
- Subhodip Mukherjee, Techno India College of Technology, West Bengal
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Providing in-depth coverage, this book covers the fundamentals of computation and programming in C language. Essential concepts including operators and expressions, input and output statements, loop statements, arrays, pointers, functions, strings and preprocessors are described in a lucid manner. A unique approach - 'Learn by quiz' - features questions based on confidence-based learning methodology. It helps the reader to identify the right answer with adequate explanation and reasoning as to why the other options are incorrect. Computer programs and review questions are interspersed throughout the text. The book is appropriate for undergraduate students of engineering, computer science and information technology. It can be used for self-study and assists in the understanding of theoretical concepts and their applications.Read more
- Includes in-depth topical coverage on the fundamentals of computers and programming in C language
- Aids understanding with a 'Learn by quiz' feature at the end of each chapter
- Covers many computer programs and technical questions with answers for conceptual understanding
- Follows a structured approach to explain basic concepts
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- Date Published: December 2017
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781316870723
- availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
Table of Contents
List of figures
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Part I. Fundamentals of Computer:
1. Computer history, classification and basic anatomy
2. Introduction to number system and logic gates
3. Introduction to system software and operating systems
4. Algorithms and flow chart
Part II. Programming in 'C':
5. Introduction to C
6. Constants, variables and data types
7. Operators and expressions
8. Input and output statement
9. Branching statement
10. Loop statements
12. String handling
17. Bitwise operators
19. Linked list
Appendix 1. Common questions and answers
Appendix 2. ASCII character
Appendix 3. Some useful library functions
Part III. Technical Questions for Interview
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