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Algorithms, Data structures & Problem Solving (C)(Free Version)



Free

Course Code7121VVB9
Duration30 day(s)

Program Manager

Dr KRV Subramanian

sandeep@thegrace.in

919886003702


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This course is offered By Radix Learning Pvt. Ltd.

Course Objective

This course serves as a sneak free preview for our full paid course "Algorithms, Data Structures & Problem Solving using C ". As part of this course, the student is first introduced Algorithms, computing and problem solving and uses the language C to build his first few programs.

Learning Tools

  • Study Material - Standard
  • Radix Learning
  • Assessment
  • Participant Questions
  • Forum

Course Delivery and Access Methodology

The course is delivered over internet.  You must complete the enrollment process before you can access the course.
You must use Internet Explorer 11.0 (or above), Mozilla Firefox 35.0 (or above) or Google Chrome 40.0 (or above) to use Quampus. Additionally you must install Adobe Flash Player (latest version) in your browser also.  Your browser must have Java Scripts enabled. There may not be difficulty in running on other browsers, but it is not tested on them.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

Withdrawal is permitted but there will be no refund of payment.


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Chapter 1: Introduction to Algorithms Computing and Problem Solving

Reference(s):
  • To define algorithm and state its characteristics
    To state the different types of algorithms
    To discuss the nature of computational problems and algorithmic approach to solving them
    To explain how to represent algorithms as flowcharts and as pseudo code

Chapter 2: Problem Solving with Basic Building Blocks of C

Reference(s):
  • To state the overview of the building blocks of the C programming language
    To discuss the nature and characteristics of simple data types
    To explain how to form and use arithmetic expressions
    To discuss the use of assignment statements
    To explain simple I/O through scanf and printf functions
    To illustrate problem solving using simple building blocks of C

Chapter 3: Problem Solving Using Decision Control Structures

Reference(s):
  • To articulate the need for decision control structures in problem solving
    To illustrate use of decision control structures in problem solving
    To explain the use of the if – else construct of C and its use in problem solving
    To discuss appropriate uses of the nested conditional structures in problem solving

Chapter 4: Problem Solving using Simple Iterative Structures

Reference(s):
  • To articulate the need for iterative structures in problem solving
    To discuss the use of some simple iterative constructs in C like the “while” , “for” and “do while”
    To explain the use of simple iterative constructs in problem solving
    To explain how to trace a program that involves these iterative structures

Mfr Ashok Kumar Yadav
Assigned Subjects
  • Algorithms, Data structures & Problem Solving (C)(Free Version) (BTH0000237)