Programming in C

Programming in C

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If you want to learn computer programming, this is the place to start! Kevin and Bryan teach in a funny and exciting conversational style with visual explanations as they go. On occasion, they may actually tell a bad joke, sing poorly or include a ridiculous pop culture reference! But if that's ok, you will be rewarded with learning some very dry material, in a fun and exciting series of training videos.

WiBit.Net courses are based on a cumulative teaching model, so that our courses are often a continuation of a prerequisite course. Our materials are not intended to teach you how to program in a single language. We attempt to avoid duplication of prior materials, to build your skills from the C Language upwards. With this teaching model, you learn how to do something and why it is done that way! We try to make learning how to program easy and entertaining. We hope you enjoy what we have to offer!

This app allows you to download the videos to your device for offline viewing, so you can learn at WiBit.Net no matter where you are!

Although ancient, C is the Mother of programming languages. It is not common for software developers to have a background in C now-a-days, however, the languages that dominate the landscape today have their roots in the C Language (Java, C#, Objective-C, C++, Perl, the list goes on). By starting your programming knowledge with the C Language you instantly place yourself in the best position possible to more effectively translate your skills into other languages.

There are 27 lessons and 128 videos in this course. Total running time is over 11 hours to complete this course end to end.

This application covers Programming in C and encompasses the following topics:
-Introduction
-Hey Buddy!
-Basic Syntax
-Output to the Console
-Variables
-Basic Math & Logical Operations
-Control Structures
-Getting to Know Your Compiler
-Arrays
-Input From the Console
-Console Color (Windows)
-Pointers
-CStrings
-Functions
-Variable Scope
-Recursion
-File I/O
-Sorting Algorithms
-Data Structures
-Memory Management
-Common C Headers
-Using your own External Files
-Preprocessor Directives
-DLL Programming
-WiBitCommandLineArgs
-WiBitLib
-WiBitConfigFile

Recommended Course Order by WiBit.Net:
1. Introduction to Computer Programming
2. Programming in C
3. Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
4. Programming in C++
5. Programming in Objective-C
6. Programming in Java

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Recently changed in this version

*Ice Cream Sandwich & Jelly Bean support!
*Added disabling of screen timeout when a video is playing.
*Fixed a bug that crashed the app when receiving a phone call while watching a video.


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Comments and ratings for Programming in C
  • (72 stars)

    by Christopher Hotchkiss on 13/12/2012

    For a newbie this has been excellent. The guys make it fun and interesting. Replacing "Hello world!" with "Hey, Buddy!" is a great idea. Keep it fresh. Thanks guys for a great time of learning.

  • (72 stars)

    by A Google User on 13/10/2012

    Marianna, how else did you expect to watch the videos but by downloading them? Whether you are doing it at the time om downloading the application or later, you still have to wait! Did you expect a five minute download and then tons of videos (enough for

  • (72 stars)

    by Call_center01 on 19/06/2012

    These guys make it fun to learn a new programming language.

  • (72 stars)

    by triacle on 29/04/2012

    Exceptionally worthwhile

  • (72 stars)

    by chris on 10/04/2012

    I love this app and the tutorials. They make learning fun and hold your attention with their silly banter. Even if you know some C already, this is a great supplemental resource. I just wish they would add this to the Amazon store. I want to use this o