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C: From Theory to Practice - ISBN 9781482214505

C: From Theory to Practice

ISBN 9781482214505

Autor: George S. Tselikis

Wydawca: CRC Press

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ISBN13:      

9781482214505

ISBN10:      

1482214504

Autor:      

George S. Tselikis

Oprawa:      

Paperback

Rok Wydania:      

2014-03-24

Ilość stron:      

518

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Designed for a compulsory fundamental course, C: From Theory to Practice uses a hands-on approach to teach the C programming language, using numerous examples and a clear, concise presentation. Easy to use and classroom tested, this textbook includes more than 500 exercises and examples of progressive difficulty to help students in understanding all the aspects and peculiarities of C. The exercises test students on various levels of programming and the examples enhance their concrete understanding of programming know-how. Divided into three parts, this book: * Introduces the basic concepts of C, like getting input from a user, C's operators, selection statements, and loops. * Emphasizes major features of C such as arrays, pointers, functions and strings. * Covers advanced topics such as like searching and sorting arrays' algorithms, structures and unions, memory management, the preprocessor and files. The book tests the skills of beginners and advanced developers by providing an easy-to-read compilation of the C theory enriched with tips and advice as well as difficulty-scaled solved programming exercises. It decodes the secrets of the C language, providing inside information and programming knowledge through practical examples and meaningful advice. The examples are designed to be short, concrete, and substantial, quickly giving students the know-how they need.

Author Biography: Dr. George S. Tselikis received his Dipl-Ing and his PhD from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 1993 and 1997, respectively. In 1998, he joined the COMET group in the Center for Telecommunications Research at Columbia University, New York and worked as a postdoc research associate. He was a founding member of 4Plus S.A. (1999-2013), where he worked in the development of network protocols and services. He has a long working experience in the telecom area, and his research interests focus on software specification, development, and testing of network protocols and services in wired and wireless networks. During his professional career, he has collaborated with big players in the telecom industry like Siemens, Nokia, and Alcatel. Since 2004, he has been a visiting lecturer in several Greek universities and technical institutes. He teaches courses related to network technologies, protocols and communications, as well as the C language. Dr. Nikolaos D. Tselikas received his Dipl-Ing and his PhD from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) in 1999 and 2004, respectively. His research interests focus on the specification and implementation of network services and applications. He has participated in several European and national research projects in this field. During his involvement in the research projects, he has collaborated in software design and development topics with big players in the telecom industry like Ericsson, Siemens, Alcatel, and Vodafone. He has served as a visiting lecturer in the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, University of Peloponnese, Greece, since 2006 and was appointed lecturer in 2009. He currently serves as an assistant professor at the same university, where he teaches courses related to applications' programming and network services, as well as the C language.

Introduction to C History of C ANSI Standard Advantages of C Disadvantages of C C Program Life Cycle Write a C Program First C Program Compilation Linking Run the Program Reference Data Types, Variables, and Data Output Variables Rules for Naming Variables Variable Name Conventions Declaring Variables Assigning Values to Variables Constants #define Directive printf() Function Type Casting Exercises Unsolved Exercises Getting Input with scanf() scanf() Function Exercises Unsolved Exercises Operators Assignment Operator Arithmetic Operators Increment and Decrement Operators Relational Operators Exercises Not Operator ! Exercises Compound Operators Exercise Logical Operators Exercises Comma Operator Exercise sizeof Operator enum Type Bitwise Operators Exercise Shift Operators Exercises Operator Precedence Unsolved Exercises Program Control if Statement if-else Statement Nested if Statements Exercises Conditional Operator ? Exercises switch Statement Exercises Unsolved Exercises Loops for Statement Exercises break Statement continue Statement Exercises Nested Loops Exercises while Statement Exercises do-while Statement Exercises goto Statement Unsolved Exercises Arrays Declaring Arrays Accessing Array Elements Array Initialization Exercises Two-Dimensional Arrays Exercises Unsolved Exercises Pointers Pointers and Memory Declaring Pointers Pointer Initialization NULL Value Use a Pointer Exercises void* Pointer Use of const Keyword Pointer Arithmetic Exercises Pointers and Arrays Exercises Arrays of Pointers Exercises Pointer to Pointer Exercises Pointers and Two-Dimensional Arrays Exercises Pointer to Function Exercise Array of Pointers to Functions Unsolved Exercises Characters char Type Exercises getchar() Function Exercises Strings String Literals Storing Strings Exercises Writing Strings Exercise Pointers and String Literals Exercises Read Strings For a Safe Reading of Strings Exercises String Functions Exercises Exercises Exercises Two-Dimensional Arrays and Strings Exercises Unsolved Exercises Functions Function Declaration Return Type Function Parameters Function Definition return Statement Function Call Exercises Variables Scope Arrays as Arguments Exercises Function Call with Parameter Two-Dimensional Array Exercises Passing Data in main() Function Exercises Functions with Variable Number of Parameters Recursive Functions Exercises Unsolved Exercises Searching and Sorting Arrays Searching Arrays Exercises Exercises Sorting Arrays Exercises Structures and Unions Structures Exercise Unions Exercise Unsolved Exercises Memory Management and Data Structures Memory Blocks Static Memory Allocation Dynamic Memory Allocation memcpy() and memmove() Functions memcmp() Function Exercises Dynamic Data Structures Examples Exercises Unsolved Exercises Files Files in C Open a File Close a File Process a File Write Data in a Text File Exercises Read Data from a Text File Exercises End of File Write and Read Data from a Binary File Exercises feof() Function Exercise Unsolved Exercises Preprocessor Directives and Macros Simple Macros Macros with Parameters # and ## Preprocessor Operators Preprocessor Directives and Conditional Compilation Exercises Unsolved Exercises Review Exercises Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Bibliography Index

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