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Valliammai Engineering College, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering L GE6161 - Computer Practices Lab Manual First Edition - August 2013 Second Edition - August 2014 Third Edition - August 2015 GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory
Valliammai Engineering College, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering R Instructions to the students The following instructions must be followed by the students in their laboratory classes. 1. Students are expected to be punctual to the lab classes. If they are late, they will be considered absent for that particular session. 2. Students should strictly maintain the dress code. 3. Students must bring their observation note, record note (completed with previous experiment) to every lab class without fail. 4. Students are advised to come with full preparation for their lab sessions by Reading the detailed procedure of the exercise from the laboratory manual. Completion of observation note book (i.e.) Aim, Procedure, Algorithm, Program should be written and Flowchart should be drawn in the observation note before entering into the laboratory. 5. Students must use pen for writing and pencil to draw Flowchart in observation note book. 6. Students must get attestations immediately for their output/execution. 7. Students are advised to enter their results evaluated in the observation note book on the same day of that exercise. 8. Assessment marks for each exercise is based only on their performance in the laboratory. 9. Record note has to be completed then and there and get corrected when the students are coming for the next lab class. 10. Students must strictly maintain silence during lab classes. 11. If any of the students is absent for the lab class for genuine reasons, he/she will be permitted to do the exercise during the repetition class only. 12. If any student is found causing damage to the lab equipments, he/she shall replace the same with a new. GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory
Valliammai Engineering College, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering L GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory
Valliammai Engineering College, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering R CONTENTS S. No EXERCISE 1. Document Creation, Search, Generate, Manipulation data using MS Office 1.a) Preparation of an Advertisement in MS-Word 1.b) Preparation of Curriculum Vitae (CV) in MS-Word 1.c) Creation of Scientific Notations in MS-Word 1.d) Mail Merge and Letter preparation in MS-Word 1.e) Presentation about a Company using MS-PowerPoint 1 5 9 11 15 2. Presentation and Visualization – Graphs, Charts, 2D,3D 2.1) Graphs and Charts in 2D, 3D using MS-Excel 2.2) Student Marks List analysis using formula in MS-Excel 2.3) Calculation of Salary details in MS-Excel 17 21 27 3. Problem formulation, Problem solving and Flowcharts 3.1) Drawing Flowcharts – Biggest among three numbers 3.2) Drawing Flowcharts – Fibonacci series 3.3) Drawing Flowcharts – Sum of digits of an integer 29 31 33 4. C Programming using Simple statements and expressions 4.1) Finding the Roots of a Quadratic Equation 4.2) Armstrong number 4.3) Menu driven program 35 39 43 5. Scientific problem using decision making and looping 5.1) Generating Prime Numbers between a given ranges 5.2) Generating Sine series 5.3) Reversing the digits of a number 49 53 57 6. Simple programming for one dimensional and two dimensional arrays 6.1) Ascending and Descending order of the given numbers 6.2) Matrix Multiplication 6.3) String Palindrome 61 65 71 7. Solving problems using String functions 7.1) String manipulation 7.2) Sorting strings 7.3) String operations 75 79 83 8. Programs with user defined functions – includes parameter passing 8.1) Swapping of two numbers - call by value 8.2) Swapping of two numbers - call by reference 87 91 9. 10. Program using recursive functions 9.1) Combinatorics ( n Cr ) using recursion Page No 9.2) Fibonacci series up to a given term using recursion 95 99 Program using structures and unions 10.1) Students records using structure 10.2) Payroll processing using union 103 109 Annexure I - Additional C Programs for exercise Annexure II - C Questions and Answers 113 133 GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory

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