Learn C programming in Bengali Language

Submitted by tushar pramanick on Fri, 11/11/2011 - 23:07

Learn C programming in Bengali Language

 

No previous programming experience is required for you to learn the C language from this book, although some knowledge of computers helps.

 

  1. Introduction
  2. Contents

 

Part I - The Basics of C
    CLASS 1 - Getting Started
    CLASS 2 - Writing Your First C Program
    CLASS 3 - The Essentials of C Programs
    CLASS 4 - Data Types and Names in C
    CLASS 5 - Reading from and Writing to Standard I/O

 

Part II - Operators and Control- Flow Statements
    CLASS 6 - Manipulating Data with Operators
    CLASS 7 - Doing the Same Thing Over and Over
    CLASS 8 - More Operators
    CLASS 9 - Playing with Data Modifiers and Math Functions
    CLASS 10 - Getting Controls

 

Part III - Pointers and Arrays
    CLASS 11 - An Introduction to Pointers
    CLASS 12 - Storing Similar Data Items
    CLASS 13 - Manipulating Strings
    CLASS 14 - Scope and Storage Classes in C

 

Part IV - Functions and Dynamic Memory Allocation
    CLASS 15 - Functions in C
    CLASS 16 - Applying Pointers
    CLASS 17 - Allocating Memory
    CLASS 18 - More Data Types and Functions

 

PART V - Structure, Union, File I/ O, and More
    CLASS 19 - Collecting Data Items of Different Types
    CLASS 20 - Unions: Another Way to Collect Dissimilar Data
    CLASS 21 - Disk File Input and Output: Part I
    CLASS 22 - Disk File Input and Output: Part II
    CLASS 23 - The C Preprocessor
    CLASS 24 - What You Can Do Now

 

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