Getting yourself familiar with basic programming skills is quite helpful these days. In fact, there are times when you will desperately need to automate a task for some seemingly simple job, and yet not find the right tools out there which cater your needs. It is not about writing thousands of lines of code and designing some user interface, just a dozen or two lines might serve well at times.

Here is a list of C codes taken from the book ‘C programming Language‘ by K&R and some of the codes might have been changed by me while practicing.


1. Introductory TutorialInput/output, characters, strings

 

2. Types, Operators and ExperessionsUpper/lower case conversion, binary operators

 

3.  Control FlowIf/else, do/while, binary search, sorting, argument list

 

4.  Functions and Program structuremacros, polish calculator, pattern searching, quick sort

 

5. Pointers and Arrayscommand line argument, find, sort, memory allocation

 

6.  Structuresself referential arrays, word key counter

 

7.  Input/Outputfile copying, calculator, sscanf

 

8.  The UNIX System Interfacememory allocations, file & directory listing

 


 

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