Lots of people often ask me that I usually talk about the free courses of SQL-related courses. Well, that is true as I have authored most of them. Today we are going to see some of the courses authored by my friend Jaya Bodkhey on Java and C at Pluralsight.
Using a C Preprocessor:
When it comes to learning a programming language, we often focus more on the different programming elements and syntax rules of a programming language. While it is important to learn these aspects, we shouldn’t be missing the most important piece that is responsible for performing all the background activities in order to translate your program written in a high-level language to a language that your machine is able to understand. In the C programming language, this task is carried out by the C preprocessor. Preprocessing is the first stage during the compilation of a C program. The C preprocessor offers a rich set of preprocessor directives to provide necessary instructions during the preprocessing phase.
If you wish to learn how a C Preprocessor helps with the compilation and translations of a C program and what all C Preprocessor directives are available to enhance your C programming experience, then watch out course now on the Pluralsight. (Free Trial trial account)
In this course, you can learn various aspects of the C preprocessor like,
1. Compilation processes of a C program
2. Translation phases of a C program
3. C Preprocessor Directives
5. Compiler specific preprocessor directives
This course will help you understand the role of the C preprocessor in generating an executable for a C program and the preprocessing elements it provides to make your C programming more effective and convenient. You will also learn how to use all the preprocessing elements in your practical C programming.
Implementing Localization in Java:
When we are developing an application that is intended to be used by people across the globe, it is always advisable to support entities like language, currency, date, time, time zone, etc as per the format and standards applicable for that geographical, social, and political region. This not only makes an application user-friendly but, also makes it adaptable by a larger community of users. Localization support in Java targets exactly the same aspect of Java programming. Java has got rich set of classes and methods available to fulfill all the requirements of implementing Localization for an application. If you are interested to learn what is Localization and what types of data you can localize, then watch out for this course now on Pluralsight. (Free Trial trial account)
This course explains,
1. What is Localization and what types of data you can localize.
2. How you can support bi-directional languages in a Java application.
3. How you can format text, date, time zone, currency, and numbers in a Java application.
You will also learn how to use all these Localization and formatting elements in your practical Java programming through different Java classes and methods along with their practical usage.
I hope you find these Learning paths helpful. If you have a Pluralsight subscription, you can watch it for free. If you do not have a Pluralsight subscription, you can still watch the course for FREE by signing up for a trial account. Please note that you do not need any credit card.
Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)