This book concentrates on teaching total beginners how to program in C. C is the most widely used programming language today. This is because it is extensively used and accepted. For reliable, scalable programming, C remains the predominant language.
This book highlights the abilities you’ll need to program in the actual world. It covers not only the fundamentals of the C programming language, but also the full life cycle of a C program (conceptual, architecture, codes, techniques, debugging, deployment, documenting, maintenance, and modification).
In Part I these chapters will teach you how to write extremely basic programs. We’ll start with programming fundamentals and programming style. After that, you’ll learn how to utilize variables as well as very basic decision and control instructions. We take you on a comprehensive tour of the software life cycle in Chapter 7 to demonstrate how genuine programs are developed.
Part II covers every one of the basic statements and variables found in programming. You’ll also discover how to group these statements into core functions.
In Part III, we’ll learn how to apply our fundamental declarations and statements to the creation of complex types like structures, unions, and classes. Finally, in Part IV, a variety of other aspects are discussed.