After completion of the course you should be able to:
Navigate successfully around the course content
Test your performance with our mock tests
You will understand C language and able to write C programs.
This is obviously a hypertext course and we must assumes that you know a little bit about how to use the client browser you are using to view this information.
What you need for this course
All sections have demonstration programs. If you want to learn how to program in C successfully then you must practice. You should run the demonstration programs so that you are sure of their constructs and how they work. They are not too difficult!
To run the programs you will need access to a C compiler. This can be either on your browsing machine or on another machine you have access to. All demonstration programs are available in notes tab.
Experiment - change the programs; make them fail! It is just as important to know what an error message from your system looks like (and means) as it is to write good working programs.
Most systems have file editors built into the operating system.
If there are any problems running the programs please let us know!