A complete C Program

It is necessary to do some planning before starting actual programming work. This planning will include the logic of the actual program. After logical approach of the program, the syntactic details of the language can be considered. This approach is often referred to as “top-down” programming. Top-down program organization is normally carried out by developing an informal outline, consisting of phrases or sentences that are part of English and part of C language. In the initial stages of program development, the amount of C is minimal, consisting only of various elements that define major program components, such as function headings, function references etc. Additional details is then provided by descriptive english material inserted between these elements, often in the form of program comments. The resulting outline is usually referred to as pseudocode. Another method sometimes used is the “bottom-up” approach. This approach involves the detailed development of these program modules early in the overall planning process.

A complete C Program - OBJECTIVES

After going through this lesson you will be able to

  • write a C program
  • compile and execute the program
  • detect and correct errors

A complete C Program - Index

  • WRITE C PROGRAM
  • COMPILING AND EXECUTING THE PROGRAM
  • DETECTION AND CORRECTION OF ERRORS
  • IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

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