Training in C-Language

I-PAD Technologies
In Hyderabad

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Typology Training
Location Hyderabad
Duration 1 Month
  • Training
  • Hyderabad
  • Duration:
    1 Month


Where and when

Starts Location
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Ramakrishna Niwas 2nd & 4th Floor Flat No. 401 Sanjeev Reddy Nagar, 500038, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Starts On request
Ramakrishna Niwas 2nd & 4th Floor Flat No. 401 Sanjeev Reddy Nagar, 500038, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Course programme

I-PAD Technologies Promises the future of education in Information Technology by dedicating it self towards sharpening your technical and soft skills to improve your chances in this competitive world. Silent Features are...

Ø I-PAD Technologies assures robust, practical and industry-worth guidance and training to the student.

Ø I-PAD Technologies offers the student community a complete exposure to all application/firmware development activities carried at our offshore research center

Ø Faculties with rich teaching experience and considerable practical experience will be involved in the training program.

Ø The required infrastructure for conducting the program will be available in totally.

Ø It is assured that the program will be conducted, strictly based on agreed curriculum and time schedules with the at most professionalism.

Ø Heavy emphasis will be laid on practical issues to make the students worthy of the industry at the conclusion of the training program.

Ø Communication skills and Confidence building will be an integral part of the program.


We are proud to be the pioneers in "Hardware and Networking". Just when everyone was bent upon Software, we foresaw the tremendous potential in Hardware and Networking, and successfully emerged as one of the best IT Company for Hardware and Networking Solutions and the best institute for Hardware and Networking Training. Today the two sides of its business are equally balanced. The expertise of its training is coupled with a strong commitment to provide the best Hardware and Networking solutions. This has put I-PAD Technologies in the unique position of deriving synergies between Network Solutions and IT Training. At I-PAD Technologies, we have versatile, highly qualified and certified Hardware and Networking Engineers with varied academic backgrounds and is headed by Mr.Srinivasa Rao.K. The teaching staff are in the field with the complete understanding of the IT industry, its prospects and are provident enough to see to it that you are equipped with the latest knowledge in the ever changing world of IT industry. After extensive learning, we subject our students to some Real Time situations (which is often created by our staff) and student left alone, to handle the situation, to overcome the problem, with his own solutions. In this way, he is getting experienced, even before the completion of course and is very much ready to seek the job with tremendous confidence.

In keeping view of the student's requirements, the I-PAD Technologies are providing 24-hour lab facility. The lab is also open on all Sundays / Holidays Our labs are enormous and equipped with the latest systems available in the industry today. We also have product maintenance engineers who see to it that our systems are fully functional at all times. We have a good library, shelving books with latest versions and editions covering various topics on Real Time situations and Trouble shooting, etc.

C Preliminaries

v Development of C and its features

v C's character set

v Identifier ss

v Keyword

v Token

v C Program structure

v Executing C Program

· Constants and Variables

v Variables

v Data Type

v Qualifiers:

v unsigned and long

v const and volatile

v Escape sequence

v Constants

v Declarations, definition and initialization

v Conversion

v Enumeration

· Input and Output

v Formatted and unformatted I/O

v Unformatted I/O - getchar, putchar

v Formatted I/O - scanf, printf

v Formatting float

v Left - right justification

v Rounding and truncation

v Cleaning input buffer(stdin)

v Cleaning output buffer(stdout)

· Operators

v Classification of operators

v Binary operators

v Ternary operators

v Pre and post increment and decrement operators

v Precedence of operators

v Comma operators

· Branching

v 'if' statement

v 'if - else' statement

v nested 'if'

v Multi - way decision with 'if - else - if' ladder

v 'switch' statement

v 'break' statement

v 'goto' statement

· Looping

v 'for' loop

v 'while' loop

v 'do . . . while' loop

v nested loops

v 'continue' statement

v infinite loops

· Arrays

v 1 - Dimensional arrays

v multi - dimensional arrays

· Strings

v Declaring and defining strings

v Reading a string with scanf

v Standard C library string functions

v Strlen(), string length

v Strcm(),string comparison

v Strcpy(), string copy

v Strcat(), string concatenation

v String - to - integer conversion : atoi

· Functions

v Function idea and its advantages

v Function declaration and definition

v Mathematical functions

v Header files

v Library functions

v User - define functions

v Calling a function, passing parameters : actual and formal

v Call - by - value and Call - by - reference

v Pre - processor

v Command - line arguments

· Structures

v User - defined data types

v Structures: An introduction

v Array of structures

v Union

· File I/O via streams

v ANSI stream I/O functions

v Stream initiation(fopen, fclose, freoen)

v Character I/O (fgetc, fputc)

v End of file (feof, ferror, rewind, clearer, EOF)

v Line I/O (fgetc,fputc)

v Formatting string I/O (sprintf, sscanf)

v Formatted file I/O (fprintf, fscanf)

v Structure I/O (fwrite, fread)

v Stream flushing(fflush, setvbuf)

v Random - access ( ftell, fseek)

v Pushing - back a character (ungetc)

· Pointers

v Declaring pointers

v Pointer arithmetic

v Pointer to pointer

v Pointers and Array

v Pointer to function

v Array of pointers

v Dynamic memory allocation

v Equivalence of pointers and arrays

v Heap

v 'realloc' resizing mallocated chunk

v 'calloc', clearing mallocated memory

v pointer - to - structure

v passing structure as argument to function

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