This post is aimed to summarize the lecture “Operating Systems” in the winter semester 2016/2017. As a basic lecture, it should give newcomers a fundamental understanding of how modern operating systems work. The main sources are “Modern Operatings Systems” by Andrew Tanenbaum and “Betriebssysteme”, the script complementing the lecture given by Prof. Lankes (RWTH ACS).
Introducing C to beginners in a general sense is this post’s goal. Many other fashionable programming languages have a lot in common with C, such as they share the great deals of structure and syntax with C. Excerpting some headings from the post:
- What is C?
- Control Structures
- Arrays and Structs
- Program Analysis