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History of C Programming Language

History of C Programming Language

History of C Programming Language C is a programming language which born at “AT & T’s Bell Laboratories” of USA in 1972. It was written by Dennis Ritchie. This language was created for a specific purpose : to design the UNIX operating system (which is used on many computers).   Characteristics Easy to learn Middle level Structured language It is Compiled Language so ... Read More »

C Programming introduction

C Programming introduction

C Programming introduction C Program File All the C programs are writen into text files with extension “.c” for example hello.c.   C Compilers When you write any program in C language then to run that program you need to compile that program using a C Compiler which converts your program into a language understandable by a computer. This is called ... Read More »

Input and Output in C

Input and Output in C

Input and Output in C    Input and Output in C Input : In any programming language input means to feed some data into program. This can be given in the form of file or from command line. C programming language provides a set of built-in functions to read given input and feed it to the program as per requirement. ... Read More »

Basic Datatypes in C

Basic Datatypes in C

Basic Datatypes in C Basic Datatypes in C C has a concept of ‘data types’ which are used to define a variable before its use. The definition of a variable will assign storage for the variable and define the type of data that will be held in the location. The value of a variable can be changed any time. C ... Read More »

Variable Types in C

Variable Types in C

Variable Types in C Variable Types in C A variable is just a named area of storage that can hold a single value (numeric or character). The C language demands that you declare the name of each variable that you are going to use and its type, or class, before you actually try to do anything with it. Rules : ... Read More »

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