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Downloading and Installing Necessary Tools
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Taking User Input and Displaying Output in C
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Simple Program in C – Addition
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Conditional Statements in C – IF Else
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Conditional Statement II : IF…..Else IF….else
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Conditional Statement Practice: Grade Calculation.
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Final Assessment
You have to receive at least 60% marks in order to pass this course
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C Programming for Ultimate Beginners
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What is C?

The C programming language was created by Dennis Ritchie in 1972. A low-level procedural language, C is designed to work across platforms and provide access to important features like memory management. C programming builds up the source code for many UNIX operating systems, compilers, video games, and even other computer programming languages like Python. Although it lacks more modern programming features like object-oriented programming, C remains one of the most widely used general-purpose programming languages in the world with broad applications in computer science and software engineering.

History of C programming language

The C programming language dates back to 1972. A successor to the B programming language, C was developed by Dennis Ritchie to build tools for Unix. C code eventually came to underpin the entirety of the Unix operating system, and starting in the 1980s, the language grew to become one of the most popular programming languages in the world. 

In 1989, C became standardized by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO). C remains one of the most efficient general purpose programming languages and has been used to build many compilers, computer architectures,  operating systems, video game engines, and even other programming languages. According to the TIOBE index in January 2021, C is considered the most popular programming language today.

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