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History and background

Program and programming elements

Datatypes and storage

Statements and Decision making

Loop/Repetitive statements

Logical and bitwise Operators

Console Input output


Dynamic memory handing

Emum and macros

Pre-processor directives

Array and Multidimentional Array

Circular Buffer

Strings and string checking

Experiments with Integers

Prime numbers and number factors

Printing star triangles

User defined data types

Functions and functions calls

Recursion and number series

Variadic Function and macros

Memory and string functions

Exception handling

Memory handling issues

CPU specific

Data structure and array

Linked list Queue, Stack

Tree Data structure and algorithms

Search algorithms

Sorting algorithms

OS shell parameter passing

Signal handling

Library and DLLs

Interfacing with Java VB DLLs Libraries

Math Library functions

File System handling

Low level System Programming

Graphics and Mouse interfacing

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