This module is designed for all programming students wanting to learn their programming skills in the basic languages of C++, as well as beginners, computer and other scientists, and artificial intelligence enthusiasts. Right from the start, learners in this specialization will begin coding.
Every module provides adequate opportunities for writing programs and discovering errors in the learner’s own and others’ code. This course will help you advance your basic C ++ skills and achieve mastery of the language by assisting you in understanding advanced principles of the C programming language, allowing you to learn the art of problem–solving in programming using effective, validated methods. Of all programming languages, C++ is one of the most popular. It is used to program desktop applications, compilers, tools and utilities, and even hardware devices. The C++ language is quick and easy, but it can be difficult to learn.
This course starts with a gentle introduction to C, but the curious relationship between arrays and memory addresses quickly goes on to clarify some of its most confusing features. The C programming language is quick and powerful, but it can be difficult to master. Unless, of course, you use this course. This course starts with a gentle introduction to C before rapidly moving on to clarify some of its more perplexing features, such as laws and the strange relationship between arrays and memory addresses. You will have a deep understanding of both the C language itself and also the underlying ‘architecture’ of your machine by the end of the course.
Specification: C++ for Non-Programmers