Create C Control Constructs using DevC++

ofrecido por
Coursera Project Network
En este proyecto guiado, tú:

Create a C program that checks the command line arguments.

Create a do-while loop in a C program to read characters from a file.

Use compound conditions in a C program to count lines and words in a file.

Clock2 hours
IntermediateIntermedio
CloudNo se necesita descarga
VideoVideo de pantalla dividida
Comment DotsInglés (English)
LaptopSolo escritorio

By the end of this project you will implement a C program that determines how many words, characters, and lines are in a file using C control constructs. The C programming language is the basis for many other programming languages. Its syntax has been used in languages such as C++, Java, and C# to name a few. All these languages utilize control constructs such as the decision constructs and loop constructs. C is still the language of choice for writing Operating systems, games, and many other applications where performance is critical. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions.

Habilidades que desarrollarás

  • C switch constructs
  • C Programming
  • C command line
  • C Loop constructs
  • C if statemements

Aprende paso a paso

En un video que se reproduce en una pantalla dividida con tu área de trabajo, tu instructor te guiará en cada paso:

  1. Create a C program that checks the command line arguments.

  2. Use an if-else construct in C to execute code when conditions are favorable.

  3. Use a switch construct in C to analyze the command line arguments.

  4. Create a do-while loop in a C program to read characters from a file.

  5. Use a compound condition in a C program to count lines and words in a file.

Cómo funcionan los proyectos guiados

Tu espacio de trabajo es un escritorio virtual directamente en tu navegador, no requiere descarga.

En un video de pantalla dividida, tu instructor te guía paso a paso

Preguntas Frecuentes

Preguntas Frecuentes

¿Tienes más preguntas? Visita el Centro de Ayuda al Alumno.