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C is a high-level programming language that was created by Dennis Ritchie for the Unix operating system. In 1972, it was first used on a Digital Eqquipment Corporation PDP-11 computer. It can be built on a wide range of computers.

  • Fibonacci Series.
  • Prime number.
  • Palindrome number.
  • Factorial.
  • Armstrong number.
  • Sum of Digits.
  • Reverse Number.
  • Swap two numbers without using third variable.

  • Background information on C.
  • Prerequisites are being installed.
  • Make a folder for your project.
  • Developing a "Hello world" software.
  • Putting together a "makefile"...
  • The compiler is being run.... The compiled programme is being executed.
  • Changing things up.

There are total 32 keywords in C.

It was dubbed "C" because its characteristics were drawn from an older language called "B," which was a stripped-down version of the BCPL programming language, according to Ken Thompson.' C arose from AT&T's Unix project led by Ken Thompson. Unix was first written in assembly language by him.

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