Programming Fundamentals: The C and C++ Course
Which Programming Language is taught first when someone is starting his programming career? C and C++
Which Programming Language comes under the top programming language from past 20 years? C and C++
Welcome to the Complete Programming Course for Absolute Beginners!
All programming languages consists of variables, conditions (if/else), loops/iterations, arrays, pointers or filing, and understanding all these concepts is really a very hard task. Here comes this Complete Programming course, it covers all these mentioned concepts.
The Fact is you do not need to learn C as it is not an often used programming language. But most languages are made based on the C language so if you know the C language, You can definitely understand any language.
WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE, BEFORE TAKING ANY PROGRAMMING COURSE?
Most programming languages are based on the C language and understanding C language or “Basic Programming” is really a hard task for an absolute beginner. Especially when it comes to loops or iterations, many people leave programming because they can not understand the looping! Thanks to this Course because this the course that will not only teach you the SYNTAX (how a code is written) but this course will also teach you how your compiler sees your syntax and how your code is executed so you get the complete know how of what is happening to your program or code!
BUT WHY Learn C man?
C has everything that you should learn:
- Iterations (For/While/Do-While)
- DataTypes (Integer/Decimal/Character/String)
- Large number of arithmetical and logical operators, such as +, +=, ++, &, ~, %(modulus), etc .
All these concepts are there in C language which are essential for any programming language so If you know C, then this mean you know 70% of programming Languages. You just need to understand their syntax and you are DONE!
Who is the target audience?
- Any human
- If you want to become a programmer, then this is definitely the first course you must take
- If you know programming very well, then this course is NOT for you