Programming in C Language with Data Structures
It is a great course for programmers new to data structures and those who have learned a programming language and want to learn the basics to advance of how data structures work.
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The production of software including operating systems, compilers, language interpreters, databases, etc. is the principal use of the procedural general-purpose programming language C. Modularity, portability, static typing, and extensibility are among the key characteristics of C programming. It is also quick and efficient. For those learning programming for the first time, C is the ideal language.
Numerous examples of C programming are provided in this part, ranging from basic programmes to highly complicated and sophisticated ones. The categories used to group these C programming examples include data types, arrays, pointers, matrices, bitwise operations, control flow clauses, math functions, file handling, factorial and Fibonacci series, palindrome, strings, searching, sorting, etc. A selection of data structure programmes in heaps, linked lists, hash tables, graphs, stacks, and queues are also available for you to explore. There is a programme in each example programme.