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    Module 1: Introduction to Programming ( Check progress in details)
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    In this module you will be introduced to computer science and the computer programming languages.
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    Module 2: Binary and Hexadecimal ( Check progress in details)
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    Module 3: How Programming Works ( Check progress in details)
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    Incomplete Include Statements Incomplete How programming languages work with data Incomplete Some Basics Concerning RAM
    Incomplete Programs are Data Too
    Module 4: Program Flow ( Check progress in details)
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    Learn more about program flow in computer programming.
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    Incomplete About Program Flow Incomplete Functions, Methods, Routines Incomplete About Arguments and Return Values
    Incomplete About Syntax and Functions
    Module 5: Writing Your First Program ( Check progress in details)
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    Learn more about writing your first computer program using the C programming language.
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    Module 6: Programming in C First Assessment ( Check progress in details)
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    Module 7: Numbers ( Check progress in details)
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    In this module learn more about working with numbers when programming in C.
    Topics in this module:
    Incomplete Basics of signed and unsigned numbers Incomplete The Basics of Numeric Overflow Incomplete Fractional numbers in binary
    Incomplete Numeric Data Types in C Incomplete The basics of ASCII and the char data type Incomplete How numbers are encoded as characters in ASCII
    Incomplete Maximum values for unsigned integers in C Incomplete Minimum and maximum values of signed integers
    Module 8: Variables ( Check progress in details)
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    Learn about using variables when programming in C.
    Topics in this module:
    Incomplete Introducing Variables Incomplete The connection between function return values and variables Incomplete Terminating strings of text and other data
    Incomplete More about the printf function and an introduction to placeholders
    Module 9: Arrays and Pointers ( Check progress in details)
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    In this module learn about using arrays and pointers.
    Topics in this module:
    Incomplete Introducing arrays and pointers part one Incomplete Introducing arrays and pointers part two Incomplete Introducing the pointer data type
    Incomplete How to create a pointer in C Incomplete Assigning a value to a pointer Incomplete Getting the value stored at a memory address using a pointer
    Incomplete A chance to practice and use what you have learned
    Module 10: Programming in C Second Assessment ( Check progress in details)
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    Module 11: Using Pointers ( Check progress in details)
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    Learn more about using pointers when programming in C.
    Topics in this module:
    Incomplete Using pointers for direct memory access and manipulation in C Incomplete About changing the memory address contained within a pointer Incomplete Pointers containing memory addresses of multi byte variables
    Incomplete Pointers have memory addresses too Incomplete Why do you need to learn pointers Incomplete Introducing the char pointer
    Module 12: Constants and String Literals ( Check progress in details)
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    In this module learn about using constants and string literals.
    Topics in this module:
    Incomplete Introducing constants and string literals in C Incomplete Important review and clarifications Incomplete More about strings and constants in C
    Incomplete A new way to visualize RAM Incomplete Introducing the character string as an array of characters in C Incomplete Using a pointer to directly manipulate data in memory in C
    Module 13: Programming in C Third Assessment ( Check progress in details)

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    Module 14: Conditional Flow Statements ( Check progress in details)
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    Learn more about the use of conditional flow statements when programming in C.
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    Incomplete Introducing conditional flow statements Incomplete The mechanisms for control flow statements Incomplete Implementing a simple if statement in C
    Incomplete More about if statements and logical operators Incomplete Introducing Logical OR
    Module 15: Using Statements ( Check progress in details)
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    In this module learn about using statements when programming in C.
    Topics in this module:
    Incomplete Introducing GOTO and Loops in C Incomplete More about blocks of code and GOTO statements Incomplete Introducing the While Loop in C
    Incomplete Introducing Custom Functions in C Incomplete Introducing Booleans Incomplete Introducing Bitmasks
    Incomplete Changing data using bitmasks Incomplete Introduction to data structures Incomplete Displaying data in memory as binary
    Module 16: Programming in C Fourth Assessment ( Check progress in details)
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    Module 17: Programming in C Final Assessment ( Check progress in details)
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