Following are the chapter-wise notes on C programming.

Chapter 1: Introduction of a C programming

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Chapter 2: Elements of C

A set of characters that are used to form words, numbers, and expressions in C is called a C character set.

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Chapter 3: Operators and Expression

An operator is a symbol that operates on single or multiple data items. An expression is a combination of variables, constants, and operators written according to the syntax of the language.

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Chapter 4: Data input and Output

A program without any input or output has no meaning.

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Chapter 5:

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Chapter 6: An array and Strings

An array is a collection of homogenous data types.

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Chapter 7: Function

A function is a self-contained program segment or a block of statements that performs some specific well-defined task.

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Chapter 8: Pointers

A pointer is a special variable that can hold the address of variables.

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Chapter 9:

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Chapter 10: File Handling in C programming

The file is the collection of records.

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Hence, these are the chapter-wise notes on C programming.

 

IT 213: Structured Programming

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