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C Video Tutorial

Derek Banas (20.07.2013)

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C Video Tutorial 2 (22.07.2013)

Welcome to part 2 of my C Video Tutorial. If you missed part 1 check it out first.

In this part of my C Tutorial I will cover: Compiling Options, Relational Operators, Logical operators, If, Else, Else If, Conditional Operator, Sizeof(), Bytes, Bits, While, Do While, For, Break, Continue and more…

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C Video Tutorial 3 (25.07.2013)

In this tutorial I cover : exit(), switch, Arrays, Array Indexes, Problems with scanf(), Memory Overflow, strcpy(), fgets(), Array Interation, strcmp(), strcat(), strlen(), strlcpy(), Global Variables, Local Variables, Functions, and more…

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C Video Tutorial 4 (27.07.2013)

Welcome to part 4 of my C Video Tutorial! Today I’m going to try something a little different to try and make the videos feel more like a classroom atmosphere.

We’ll be looking at pointers in c. I’ll cover what pointers are. What is the difference between * and &. How to use pointers and arrays. How to create an array of strings. We’ll also look at how to change the value of variables inside of functions and how to manipulate char arrays in functions.

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C Video Tutorial 5 (05.08.2013)

Today I’m going to cover how to create and use a struct in C. Structs are used when you need more then one piece of data to describe one thing. You can’t use an array because an array only holds data with the same data type

I’ll specifically cover how to : Create a Struct, Get data from a Struct, Initialize a Struct, Pass a Struct to a Function, Use Typedef, Change a Value in a Struct, Use a Struct in a Function, ->, *(structName) and how a Struct is stored in memory.

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C Video Tutorial 6 (08.08.2013)

Welcome to part 6 of my C video tutorial. Today I’m going to cover Unions, Enumerated Types, the Designated Initializer, Using unions in Structs, Recursive Structures, Linked Lists and much more.

I’m also going to experiment with a new style that is more interactive and I hope it feels more like a classroom setting. Throughout the tutorial I will constantly insert brain teasers. Hopefully they aren’t distracting. I do this every once in a while to try and improve.

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C Video Tutorial 7 (11.08.2013)

In this tutorial, I’m going to cover a bunch of topics that you have requested and that I have skipped.

I cover the following: strchr(), strrchr(), tolower(), toupper(), ctype.h Functions, _Bool, bool, Numerous Ways to Except Input, getchar(), putchar(), Buffering, gets(), puts(), fgets(), fputs(), How to Eliminate Newline, How to Make a String Lowercase, strcmp() and more.

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C Video Tutorial 8 (17.08.2013)

Welcome to part 8 of my C Video Tutorial. In this video I cover a topic I have received many requests for. This is basically a C Malloc Tutorial.

Malloc() ( Memory Allocator ) is used to dynamically set aside memory at run time. Because malloc() returns a pointer to that location in memory it can be a bit confusing. I’ll cover how to store both regular data types as well as structs using malloc().

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C Video Tutorial 9 (20.08.2013)

Welcome to my linked list structure or linked list struct tutorial. I have been asked to cover these structs numerous times lately and so I will do so.

In this tutorial and the next I will show how to create an unlimited number of structs using malloc. I’ll focus on creating the structs, adding them to the list and then how to display them.

Because you guys ask for homework all of the time, you’ll then get the opportunity to write the code on how to search through the linked list, how to delete structs and free memory.

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(Links to part 10-15 will follow)


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