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The C language is the most frequently used language for writing system software such as operating systems, programming languages and compilers. It is also widely used for developing applications.

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    Character Testing Functions

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    Character Conversion Functions

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    Convert String to Double

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    Working with atoi Function

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    Understanding the ATOL Function

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    An Overview of Sorting

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    Bubble Sort

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    Quick Sort

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    Merge Sort

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    Selection Sort

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    Shell Sort

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    Heap Sort

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    Insertion Sort

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    The typedef keyword

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    Understanding Enumerations

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    Type Conversions

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    Concatenating Two Linked Lists

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    Understanding Linked Lists

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    Working with Single Linked List

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    Search a Node in a Single Linked List

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    Deleting First Node from a Simple Linked List

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    Understanding Double Linked Lists

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    Reverse the Double Linked List

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    Insert a node in the Double linked list

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    Delete a node from a Double linked list

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    Understanding Stack

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    Updating Stack using Arrays

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    Using the Queue

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    Insert an Element in a Queue

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    Understanding Circular Queues

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    Understanding Trees

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    Binary Trees

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    Searching in a Binary Tree

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Character Handling Functions

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Time Utility Functions

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Working with Mathematical Functions

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Glossary

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Address

It refers to a memory location. In C pointers are used to hold addresses.

Ansi

American National Standard Institute

Api

Application Programming Interface

Argument

A value passed to a function.

Argument matching

The process of determining which of a set of functions of a specified name matches given arguments in a function call.

Array

An ordered and index of values. C language supports arrays of a single dimension or of multiple dimensions.

Assignment

The process of giving a value to a pre-existing object.

Assignment operator

An operator for doing assignment.

Auto

A C keyword used to declare a stack-based local variable in a function. This is the default and is normally not needed.