C for Environmental Scientists and Engineers

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I. K. International Pvt Ltd, Sep 30, 2010 - 436 pages
These days computers have become ubiquitous in almost all areas of education, be it science, engineering, arts or any other. Particularly biology and other natural science students often have to struggle with enormous data related to the field applications of scientific information. And computational technology becomes much more important when multiple factors have to be considered, compromised or contained in the field of environmental management. Primarily, C language is used in the field of academics. In this book the authors have provided a simple and direct approach to the practical utilisation of C programming for Environmental Management degree course and other natural science and technology students. The treatment of the subject is very simple and user-friendly so that anyone not familiar with C language but having basic acquaintance with computers can also use it and be benefited.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Computers 1
1
Algorithms Pseudocode and Flow Charts 1325
13
Introduction to C 2645
26
Numerical Constants and Variables 4657
46
Arithmetic Logical and Relational Expressions 6883
68
Conditional Statements 8493
84
Looping Statements 94108
94
Arrays 109121
109
Files 211238
211
The C Preprocessor 239253
239
Low Level Programming 254261
254
Some Examples of C Programs 262307
262
Programs for Calculations in Chemical Analysis 308327
308
Some Design Aspects of Water Treatment Systems 328355
328
Some Design Aspects of Wastewater Treatment Systems 356379
356
Design of Air Pollution Control Systems 380406
380

Functions 122144
122
Character Data and Strings 145159
145
Pointers 160193
160
Structures 194210
194
Appendix 407420
407
Index 421424
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