The final course in the specialization Introduction to Programming in C will teach you powerful new programming techniques for interacting with the user and the system and dynamically allocating memory. You will learn more sophisticated uses for pointers, such as strings and multidimensional arrays, as well as how to write programs that read and write files and take input from the user. Learning about dynamic memory allocation will allow your programs to perform complex tasks that will be applied in the final part of the specialization project: a Monte Carlo simulation for calculating poker hand probabilities.
This course is part of the Introductory C Programming Specialization
About this Course
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Module 1: Interacting with the user and system
Module 2: Dynamic allocation
Module 3: Programming in the Large
Module 4: Poker Project
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TOP REVIEWS FROM INTERACTING WITH THE SYSTEM AND MANAGING MEMORY
You just need to work on the PPE because it gave me very hard time! but really guys this is a great course
i really loved the style of that course. the challenging assignments, depending more on reading and the continuous support through the discussion forums. i hope you make another extension to c++
It teaches exactly what a novice C programmer needs about memory allocation.
Great course! Hands-on project - definitely learned a ton of C programming!
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