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.
Sum of Digits.
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.