Outline

The C programming language is the language used to develop the UNIX operating system and is ideal for developing high performance applications. This hands on course provides an introduction to the C programming language and enables users to develop applications using that language. The course also considers advanced issues in C programming such as file handling, memory management, data structures, utilities for application development and using scientific libraries such as BLAS and LAPACK.

Preliminary Instructions

For this course we will use the University HPC training machine. To use the training machine you will need a basic knowledge of linux. Please see the course material at:

Linux course

Students may also use the cross platform integrated development environment known as codeblocks available from
Codeblocks
The course has a series of different case studies which you can download and run.

Course Presentations

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Research Computing Group, CiCS Dept.
hpcadmins@sheffield.ac.uk