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Module 2: Data Structures using C with Linux

Abstract:

C is a general-purpose computer programming language developed in 1972 by Dennis at the Bell Telephone Laboratories for use with the UNIX operating system.  Although C was designed for implementing system software as it works well close to hardware. It is suppotrted for almost all computer architectures. C has greatly influenced many other popular programming languages, most notably C++, which originally began as an extension to C. In this training we practice behaviorial model of training and keep the trainees hands on to the C coding syntax and standards. Data structures would be implemented in depth with descent variations. There would be an assignment after every session. Finally a project would be implemented for optimizing learning and adopting good debugging strategies.

Training Contents:

  • C Programming Fundamentals
    • Introduction to Linux
    • Introduction to Structured Programming
    • C language, syntax and semantics
    • Variables and Scope
    • Conditionals
    • Loops and Iterations
    • Arrays
    • Strings
    • Structured Programming using Functions
    • Pointers and References
    • Pointers and References with Arrays and Strings
    • Pointers and References with functions
    • Macros and Preprocessors
  • User Defined Data Structures -
    • Structures
    • Enumerators
    • Unions
    • Bitfields
  • Advanced Data Structures
    • Singly Linked lists
    • Doubly Linked Lists
    • Circular Linked Lists
  • Stacks and Queues
    • Stacks
    • Expression parsing
    • Queues
    • Circular Queues
  • Searching Techniques
    • Linear Search
    • Binary Search
    • Interpolation Search
    • Hash Table
  • Sorting Techniques
    • Mergesort
    • Shellsort
    • Quicksort
  • Graphs
    • Graph Data Structure
    • Directed Graphs
    • Depth First Traversal
    • Breadth First Traversal
  • Trees
    • Tree Data Structure
    • Tree Traversal
    • Binary Search Tree
    • AVL Tree
    • Spanning Tree
    • Heap

Other Modules in ESSE Training are as follows.

Sl No

Module/Project

Sessions

labs

Hours

1

Linux System Administration.   click here for more...

5

5

30

2

Data Structures with C using Linux, vim, gcc, gdb, SCCT.   click here for more...

25

35

190

3

Shell Scripting using Bash.   click here for more...

10

5

52

4

Linux Network Administration.   click here for more...

5

5

30

5

C++ with Eclipse and QT on Linux.   click here for more...

20

25

160

6

Linux System Programming using Processes, IPC, Sync & threads.   click here for more...

10

15

80

7

Linux System Programming, Data Management and MySQL.   click here for more...

10

10

44

8

Linux Network Programming using Sockets & NW Protocols.   click here for more...

10

15

80

9

Character Device Driver Development.   click here for more...

20

20

120

10

Parallel Port Device Driver Development.   click here for more...

5

5

30

11

Serial Port Device Driver Development.   click here for more...

5

5

30

12

Block Device Driver Development.   click here for more...

10

10

60

13

Embedded Linux ARM, Configuring and Porting using Storage.   click here for more...

10

10

60

14

An Embedded Linux on ARM, Configuring GUI and Interfaces.   click here for more...

10

10

60

15

Programming and Scripting using Python using Eclipse on Linux.   click here for more...

20

20

120

 

Total

175

Sessions

195

Labs

1130

Hours


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