Oct 05, 2022
CIS 265 - The C Programming Language 3 Credits, 3 Contact Hours
3 lecture periods 0 lab periods
Principles and syntax of ANSI Standard C and many of the common library functions. Includes writing C programs in portable code to facilitate systems programming concepts.
Prerequisite(s): CIS 131
Recommendation: CIS 250 . If any recommended course is taken, see a financial aid or Veteran’s Affairs advisor to determine funding eligibility as appropriate.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Identify the difference between ANSI C, C99, and C11.
- Write programs in C with various scope (local, global, and external).
- Write programs in C with multi-dimensional arrays.
- Write programs in C with pointers, and structs.
- Write programs using several files.
- Solve complex problems using C as the language for implementation.
- Contrast ANSI C, C99, and C11.
- Discuss the syntax of the C language, including the type specifications and operators and their order of precedence.
- Write programs in C to demonstrate scope, multi-dimensional arrays, pointers, and structs.
- Contrast C with other procedural programming languages.
- Design solution to systems level problems using C as the language for implementation.
- History of the C language
- ANSI C
- C-based languages
- Syntax of the C language
- Constants and variables
- Local variables
- Global variables
- External variables
- Operators and expressions
- Control flow operators
- Selection statements
- Scope and Storage Classes in C
- Functions - parameter passing (by value and by reference)
- Typing Aspects of C
- Built-in types
- Derived types
- Arrays (single and double-dimensional; fixed and variable length)
- Structs (including anonymous)
- Unions (including anonymous)
- Singly Linked Lists
- Single and multiple reference levels
- Passing pointers as arguments
- Pointer arithmetic
- Pointers and arrays (including changes made in C11 to make pointers safer)
- Defines and macros
- Include files and header
- Keyboard and terminal
- Disk I/O
- Formatted input/output
Full Academic Year 2021/22
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