ANSI C Programming: Functions
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To introduce functions in ANSI C and describe how to write and use them in 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: Functions distinguish between library and user-defined functions and identify the basic elements of a function in ANSI C. declare and define functions in ANSI C. use header files in ANSI C. list the advantages of using functions and use the correct syntax for functions in ANSI C. write a function that converts temperature readings from Fahrenheit to Celsius in ANSI C. identify elements of an ANSI C function and format them correctly. distinguish between formal and actual parameters and compare ANSI C function headers with other versions of C. identify the points in a program where functions are declared, defined, and called and in ANSI C. write a program in ANSI C that raises one number to the power of another. list the features of return statements, return expressions, and function prototypes in ANSI C. distinguish between calling by reference and calling by value in ANSI C and to list the characteristics and advantages of each. write a program with functions that pass parameters, using call by value in ANSI C. list the four storage classes in ANSI C and describe their extent. describe the scope of storage classes and functions in ANSI C. distinguish between recursive and nonrecursive functions and list the advantages of recursion in ANSI C. write an ANSI C program that uses recursion to calculate the factorial of a given number.