C Language Tutorial
C Language is a high-level, structured programming language developed by Denis Ritchie in the early 1970s. C Language is normally used for system programming. In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of the C programming language.
IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a software program that manages the process of editing, compiling, linking, running, and debugging C programs.
Code::Blocks is an IDE software that allows us to easily manage large C projects edit source code and header files, and compile, link, run, and debug C programs. Code::Blocks is free cross-platform IDE for C/C++ development.
C is a case-sensitive programming language. For example, the variable names interestRate and InterestRate are not the same. The variables can hold different values and they point to different memory locations.
The C input and output are defined as Standard Input/Output Library functions
C Program Structure
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Example C Programs
C program to print Hello World message on the computer screen.
C program to compute the volume of a given cone. This program demonstrates the C input and output functions.