C is a computer programming language which creates a list of instructions
for a computer to follow. The framework has been around for several
decades and has been praised and accepted as a widely-used methodology
because it allows programmers to have maximum control. It was originally
built for developing the UNIX operating system.
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Despite being slightly cryptic, the language is fairly easy to learn, and a
knowledge of at least the basic structures is beneficial to anyone wishing to work in an IT department. The language itself is what’s known as compiled, meaning once you write the scripts in your C program, you must also run it through a C compiler, which makes it a script that machines and computers can understand.
Jobs that involve utilising the C language include:
– Embedded C/C++ Developer
– Development Manager