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C Programming Tutorial 4: Pointers and Arrays

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1.0 Introduction

A pointer variable holds the address of another variable. It is said to be "pointing" to that variable. For example,

int *ip;

defines a variable ip of type integer pointer. ip points to a variable of type integer. At the implementation level, it holds the address of a variable to type integer.Read more

C Programming Tutorial 3: Control Flow and Functions

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1.0 Introduction

A C program comprises of global data and functions. A program must have a main function and the execution starts at the first statement in the main function. A function has local data and statements. The control flow deals with the order in which statements are executed by a program.… Read more

C Programming Tutorial 2: Data Types and Expressions

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1.0 Introduction

Data is an important part of a program. In fact, programs are written so that data can be captured, processed, stored and presented to the user. The success of a program depends on how well data has been organized and used.… Read more