C Essentials – Part 2 -CLA-10-02 – Nivel Intermedio

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70 Horas
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Madrid / Online
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This course is the second in a 2-course series that will prepare you for the CLA – C Certified Associate Programmer certification exam available at Pearson VUE.

The course picks up where C Essentials – Part 1 leaves off. Its main goal is to teach you the skills related to the more advanced aspects of C programming language syntax and semantics, memory managementstructures, working with files and streams, as well as with the most commonly used library functions and the usage of the pre-processor and declarations.

The course is recommended for aspiring developers who are interested in pursuing careers connected with Software DevelopmentNetworking Programming, and Operating System Development.

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  • Learn how to create, use, and re-use functions
  • Learn how to represent records with structures
  • Learn how to connect to the world by working with files and streams
  • Learn how to handle errors
  • Learn about the preprocessor and directives
  • Learn about storage classes and complex declarations
  • Write your own C programs and prepare for the CLA certification


Module 1. Functions and structures

structures; declaring, using and initializing structures; pointers to structures and arrays of structures; the basics of recursive data collections; pointers, arrays and structures as function parameters; function result and the return statement; void as a parameter, pointer and result; parameterizing the main function; external functions and the extern declarator; header files and their role.

Module 2. Connecting to the real world: files and streams

files vs. streams; header files needed for stream operations; the FILE structure; opening and closing streams; open modes; the errno variable, reading and writing to/from a stream; predefined streams: stdinstdout, and stderr; stream manipulation: the fgetc(), fputc(), fgets(), and fputs() functions; raw input/output: the fread(), and fwrite() functions.

Module 3. Preprocessor and declarations

preprocessor; #include – how to make use of a header file; #define – simple and parameterized macros; the #undef directive; predefined preprocessor symbols; macrooperators: # and ##; conditional compilation: the #if and #ifdef directives; avoiding multiple compilations of the same header files; scopes of declarations; storage classes; user-defined types; pointers to functions; analyzing and creating complex declarations.


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