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Introduction to C programming

June 23 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

What will I cover (for sure)?

C – Kernighan & Ritchie style.  Starting with variables (ch 1 K & R) and ending with functions (ch 4 K & R).  We will also cover “printf” formatting (ch 7 K & R) ’cause you’ll need that.

What should you bring?

Good: You don’t need noth’n but paper and pen to take notes.
Better: You could bring a PC w/enough installed to create / run Arduino programs.
Best: You could bring a Linux PC with “vim”&”gcc” installed ready to write, compile and run example programs.

What might be covered (extra stuff)?

Depends on you.  We could spend a few minutes to talk about basic computer hardware – before talking about C programming.  We could spend a few minutes to talk about C++ – after talking about C programming.

Where will you use this?

Probably when you write stuff for your Arduino.  But keep in mind C programming is found all over the place.  Especially in Unix machines. That covers everything from an Apple/Mac computer to a Sony TIVO PVR. And learning C is a great way to get acquainted with other programming languages like C++ or Java.  And, if you are going off to college, it’s probably the programming language of choice in that CS101 course you’ll need to take.

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Date:
June 23
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Venue

Workshop 88
481 N Main St., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-8402 United States

Organizer

Workshop 88