DWC - PL001 - Introduction to C Programming

Learners who desire to handle complicated problems by writing computer programs will benefit from this specialization, which establishes solid programming basics. You'll learn to create algorithms in a methodical manner and read and write C code to implement them over the course of four courses. This will prepare you for a job in software development or other professions involving computation.

About Course

C Programming is an object-oriented programming language. This course will provide an overview of how Objective-C works and how it differs from other programming languages if you have previously programmed. All materials, code, and assignments relevant to the module should be committed to the module's SVN repository. The tutor will assign the students particular activities to help them understand specific ideas throughout a three-week lesson that will last three hours each week. Each class will consist of approximately 20% theory and 80% practice. The tutor will post all the required material for the class at least a week prior in the SVN repository and it will include the topics that will be covered in the class, practice exercise details and assignment details. There will be two examinations to determine the student's progress throughout the course.

Start Date: 



40 hours


07 : 00 AM - 09 : 00 AM

03 : 00 PM - 05 : 00 PM

06 : 00 PM - 08 : 00 PM