C Programming

If you wish to get a C compiler for use at home Dev-C++ is a good C and C++ compiler which is free if you use windows. If you use Linux then gcc is highly recommended.

All lecture notes and practical sheets are provided in Microsoft Word format. Slides are in powerpoint format. Coursework answers are OFFLINE until the work has been handed in.

Course Summary

First Week

Worksheet
Source Files
Lecture notes
Lecture Slides
Coursework
Model solutions

Second Week

Worksheet
Source Files
Lecture notes
Lecture Slides
Coursework
Model solutions

Third Week

Worksheet
Source Files
Lecture notes
Lecture Slides
Coursework
Model solutions

Fourth Week

Worksheet
Source Files
Lecture notes
Lecture Slides
Coursework
Model solutions

Fifth Week

Worksheet
Source Files
Lecture notes
Lecture Slides

Sixth Week

Lecture notes
Lecture Slides

Seventh Week

Lecture notes
Lecture Slides

Eigth Week

Lecture Slides

Project Information

Undergraduate Projects Masters Projects

General information about C

The C libraries A more concise definition of the C libraries

Undergradute projects are due in by noon of Friday week ten. Masters projects are more advances and are due in by Friday week two of Spring term.


The course has been rewritten to work with windows 2000 and Microsoft Visual C++. The previous course material using unix is still available as are 2003 course notes.
Windows is the answer, but only if the question was 'what is the intellectual equivalent of being a galley slave?'
Larry Smith
For information about the course please send mail to : richard@manor.york.ac.uk