ANSI C Programming: Data Representation
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To describe how ANSI C programs use memory to store data and how to write portable C programs
Programmers and software developers new to ANSI C
Awareness of programming concepts; experience of using a third-generation, high-level language, such as Pascal, PL/1, BASIC, or FORTRAN
ANSI C Programming: Data Representation declare local and external variables and distinguish between declarations and definitions in ANSI C. identify the four datatypes used in ANSI C and detail their respective storage restrictions. name the datatype qualifiers used in ANSI C and identify the datatypes with which they can be used. list the rules for naming identifiers in ANSI C. distinguish between defining and initializing variables in ANSI C. use shorthand suffixes while qualifying variables in ANSI C. define and initialize variables in ANSI C. identify decimal, octal, and hexadecimal integer constants and floating point constants in ANSI C. use character and string constants in ANSI C. use special constants and enumerators in ANSI C.