Building on the course Programming Fundamentals, this course will teach you how to write code by first planning what your program should do—an important approach for novice and professional programmers. You will learn how to compile and run your program, and then how to test and debug it. This course builds on the Seven Steps you have already learned and provides a framework for systematically testing for problems and fixing them, so you can find and fix problems efficiently.
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WRITING, RUNNING, AND FIXING CODE IN C からの人気レビュー
the PPE is really annoying -- times out arbitrarily, does weird things if you type more characters than the line allows.
Black box testing is very useful skill. I would never use gdb if these guys did not make me. I'm happy they did! :)
grader is too confusing but the faculty managed to overcome it with their experience. I request the faculty to use alternative methods for ppe tool to not confuse students
I learned very much in this course like testing, debugging but should explain more about emacs, Valgrind, gdb, etc.
Introductory C Programming専門講座について
This specialization develops strong programming fundamentals for learners who want to solve complex problems by writing computer programs. Through four courses, you will learn to develop algorithms in a systematic way and read and write the C code to implement them. This will prepare you to pursue a career in software development or other computational fields.
Will I receive a transcript from Duke University for completing this course?