C Programming and Assembly Language

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C Programming and Assembly Language

Assembly is a historic programming language, but it is converted into Assembly when a program is written in Java, C#, or any other programming language, and Assembly code is then executed on the processor. Even though Assembly Language is a rarely utilized programming language. It’s still vital to understand how Assembly works and how to develop Assembly programs.

This course will teach you how assembly works (by understanding assembly, you will understand how the microcontroller works), which is useful even if you program in Java or C#. To begin, we’ll look at Inline Assembly, which is Assembly code written within C/C++. I chose this method because I want to begin with the basics before moving on to a more complex assembly.

Have you never coded a computer before and believe or have been taught that C would be a good place to start? Yes, it is!

Perhaps you’ve worked with other programming languages and wish to learn C. It’s an excellent language to include on your resume!

Why should you study C Programming?

Because so many other languages have been developed on C, it is often referred to as the “mother of all languages.”

C is one of the most powerful languages ever invented, despite its simplicity. Even though it was founded over 40 years ago, it is still widely used and is frequently ranked among the top 5 or 10 most popular and commonly used programming languages in the world.

Alternatively, perhaps you’re stuck in a low-paying programming job and wish to advance to a more senior position.

Learning C can help you develop better in other languages like C++, Java, or C# by providing you with a mental picture of what the computer does when you run your programs.

You may design more efficient programs and gain a significant advantage over other programmers by studying how things really function “under the hood,” such as memory space, CPU architecture, and so on.

Who should take this C Programming and Assembly Language  course:

Anyone who wants to learn how to program in C and assembly language

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What Will You Learn?

  • Programming in Assembly
  • understand Assembly Language
  • Understand the C programming language's foundations.
  • Make yourself more marketable for programming jobs at the starting level.
  • Write your first C programme.
  • Learn one of the world's most widely used languages and become familiar with variables and data types.
  • Apply for employment in real-time programming.
  • Learn how to use microcontrollers.

Course Content

Lecture 1

  • Lecture 2
  • Lec 03
  • Lecture 4A
  • Lecture 4B
  • Lec 05
  • LEC 06
  • LEC 07
  • LEC 08
  • LEC 09
  • LEC 10
  • LEC 11
  • LEC 12
  • LEC 13
  • LEC 14
  • LEC 15
  • LEC 16
  • Lecture 17 Part a
  • Lecture 17 Part b
  • LEC 18
  • LEC 19
  • LEC 20
  • Solutions for Assignment – 2
  • Solution of Assignment – 3

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