Introduction to c programming


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Introduction to C Programming
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-Types of programming language
-Machine Language
-Assembly Language
-High Level Language
Introduction to C programming
-Basic Structure of C Program
-Simple program in C programming

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Introduction to c programming

  1. 1. Introduction ofC
  2. 2. What is Programming Language?• An artificial language used to write instructions that can be translated into machine language and then executed by a computer.• There are many programming languages. Like C, C++, Perl, BASIC, COBOL, Java, etc.
  3. 3. Types of Programming Language• Programming languages are fall into three broad categories.• Machine Language.• Assembly Language.• High level Language.
  4. 4. Machine Language• Machine Language is basically the only language which computer can understand.• machine code, which is represented inside the computer by a String of binary digits (bits) 0 and 1.• The symbol 0 stands for the absence of Electric pulse and 1 for the presence of an electric pulse .• For Example:• 1 is written in machine language as 0001.
  5. 5. Assembly language• It was developed to overcome some of the many inconveniences of machine language.• in which operation codes and operands are given in the form of alphanumeric symbols instead of 0’s and l’s.• These alphanumeric symbols will be known as mnemonic codes and can have maximum up to 5 letter combination• For example:• ADD – Addition• SUB – Subtraction.
  6. 6. High-level Language• High level computer languages give formats close to English language.• High-level languages are basically symbolic languages that use English words and/or mathematical symbols rather than mnemonic codes.• Each instruction in the high level language is translated into many machine language instructions thus showing one-to-many translation.
  7. 7. Introduction to C Programming• It is developed by Dennis Ritchie in 1970 at Bell Labs.• In 1983 American National Standards Institute(ANSI) appointed a technical committee to define a standard for C.• The committee approved a version of C in December 1989 which is now known as ANSI C.• Used to develop UNIX.
  8. 8. Basic Structure of C program• Documentation section• Link section• Definition section• Global declaration• main() Function section { Declaration part Executable part }• Subprogram section
  9. 9. • Document Section It consists a set of comment lines giving program details.• Link Section It provide the instruction to the compiler to link function from the system library.• Definition Section It define all symbolic constants.• Global Declaration Section It declare variable & function global which can be use in entire program. We can use them more than one function.
  10. 10. • main() function section – This section content two parts..Declaration part & Execution part. – Declaration part declare all variables used in execution part.• Subprogram Section – Subprogram section contain all the user define functions which are called in main() function.
  11. 11. Simple C Program#include<stdio.h >void main(){ printf(“ProgrammingCampus”);}Output:ProgrammingCampus