Chevron Left
C for Everyone: Structured Programming に戻る

カリフォルニア大学サンタクルーズ校(University of California, Santa Cruz) による C for Everyone: Structured Programming の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



In the new world we live in, coding is a universally valuable skill, whether you're a scientist, artist, or a humanist. Algorithms are everywhere, and we all have to understand how they work. The C language is particularly well suited as an introduction to coding: It's a tried-and-true language, and it allows you to understand computing processes at a deep level. You will also get an introduction to more advanced programming in C++ in the final module. This is a continuation of C for Everyone: Fundamentals, which you should take before beginning this course. The time estimated time commitment for this course is five hours a week for five weeks....



It is an excellent course to consolidate topics and knowledge in C. For this course it is preferable to have basic knowledge of C, HONOR exercises are very good and keep you busy solving them.


This was a really great course. It gives you exposure to many important data structures and has some great assignments that aid in understanding how these data structures work.


C for Everyone: Structured Programming: 101 - 125 / 126 レビュー

by R.Sudha K



by Suhas S V


I really liked the course structure. It's pretty much everything we need to know in C after part A of this course. I just felt that the course escalated to complicated topics a bit too fast. I wish there was some more introductory videos. Also, the assignment submission system has to be fixed. Other than that, great course and instructor!

by Arkadeep D


The course is good. The instructor is too slow and sometimes you feel sleepy. I had basic idea and understanding of C programing so it wasn't tough for me. Else for beginners this course is not ideal. Honors assignment is very tough I myself couldn't solve it. But if one has interest then can dig a bit more to find the answer.

by Pranav a


Very good course in C, not too advanced, understandable if you have a Basic knowledge of C. Will cover almost all the advanced ideas in C, without going too deep. Will make you learn enough so that you can start go do small projects, or start to learn deep into C. Also gives an overview of C++.

by Yashuv B


In overall, course is good. You have to do hard work and research more on to complete the tasks. It's how you get good in programming. It would be much better if all the course taught is shown and run in an IDE.

by Bruno V


Over the past 2 years I have been using Python. To get an understanding of C I did this course, which gave me the basics of C and C++.



The instructor Teaches us very well but my problems on the forum yet remains unsolved....

kindly look into this matter....

by Nithish P


very much useful to expand knowledge and strong foundation on C programming, very useful to understand structures too!



Very Good course. I will recommend everyone to learn this course, as it is easy to understand and easy to implement.

by Junaid A B


you need little bit of background of language C or you will be confused, course is great and great teacher.

by Satyam S


this course is amazing for beginners. I completed this course and earn amazing knowledge and experience

by Yang C


If you are finding something to review the C, this course is prefect for you.

by Ritabroto G


Very Nice course, not too brilliant, but it met my basic requirements

by Arpit A


The explanation is great.

but need more codes to explain

by Enrique Z H T


It's a good introductory course to ADT.

by Khôi Đ M


Thanks for your dedicated lectures



Good course and flexible

by AkankshaRavutla


good platform

by Fabio B S D R M


This is a sincere review, I don't want to cause any harm, if the negative points placed here could be eliminated, this course would be just wonderful. Nobody can deny that Prof. Ira Pohl knows a lot of C. His book is fantastic, That's why we expect so much about this course. And that's why is sometimes disappointing. This could be a 5 stars course but it isn't. So be prepared : 1 - Even if you took course 1 , this will be tough. 2- If we could interact somehow with prof. Ira that would return a fantastic knowledge, The only interaction with him is watch the videos. 3- Somebody has to help prof. Ira, he seems a bit lost in the videos, which probably were recorded at his house or at his office desk, the slides ( if we can call that slides) are hand written and very difficult to understand. I bet that record him in front a blackboard would be more productive. 4- The forums are completely waste of time, it's a nobody's land. The only thing that you gonna find there is : "Pls review my assignment that I'll review yours" and there are hundreds of it ( not joking !). 5- Peer review is terrible. A lot of people just submitting empty or anything to have access to other assignments that really compiles and work. The result is that sometimes you catch 4, 5 codes exactly the same and you can't guess who copied who, this is forbidden but a lot of people are just ignoring and copying. So, if you are a diligent student and don't care about these thing and all you want to do is learning ,for real, you probably would have some success but all by yourself. You'll have to have C books to consulting and google to search for concepts. You'll end up learning , but through the hard way. It's a shame because there is so much of experience that prof. Ira could pass, but you know, sometime it's not like the way we think. It's up to you to decide.

by Prasath B


what is the working practice environment ?which the platform is not important and very worst.

by Weerachai Y



by Deleted A


not so satisfied

by Soumendu M


A lot of explanations not provided! Too many peer-graded assignments, really disappointed!

by Atharva S


very slow and peer-graded assignments are very bad



instructor doesn't explain well