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The C Progrmming Language Standard In 1983, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) commissioned a committee, X3J11, to standardize the C language. After a long, arduous process, including several widespread public reviews, the committee's work was finally ratified as ANS X3.159-1989...
Commonly used C Preprocessor Directives #define You can use the #define directive to give a meaningful name to a constant in your program. The two forms of the syntax are: Syntax : #define identifier token-string #define identifier token-string
When I was learning to C, our proffessor had given us a problem where we had to enter a number into a sorted array so that the array remains sorted even after the insertion. So, I tried it yesterday, here's the code for it. /* ** To insert an inputed number into a previously sorted...
Code for Integer Into Words #include<stdio.h> void main() { long int n,t; char a={" ","One","Two","Three","Four","Five","Six","Seven","Eight","Nine","Ten"}; char b={" "," ","Twenty","Thirty","Forty","Fifty","Sixty","Seventy","Eighty","Ninety"}; char c={"...
Stack memory Let's suppose there is nothing on the stack to begin with. One of the functions either the calling function or the called function depending on the calling convention would start a stack. Lets take a very simple C / C++ program to see how things would work. int func(int i) {...
Introduction In computer science a search algorithm is a technique of finding a particular item among a collection of items. Searching for data is the second most common activity (after sorting data) necessary for creating many types of programs. Sequential Search In this technique we...
Networking is all about transmitting messages from one node to another. The simplest example can be to transmit "Hello World" from one computer to another. Socket programming in C/C++ has already been covered. Today we will see how to check if the transmitted data has any errors. There are many...
Stack is a LIFO abstract type of data structure. The stack is mainly associated with 2 types of functions Push() and Pop(). Push() adds an item on the top of the stack and Pop() removes an item from the top of the stack. Implementation of Stack stack.c #include<stdio.h> #include<string.h>...
Format strings are the strings mainly associated with printf's set of instructions (like printf,fprintf etc..) which basically stands for print format.... These functions accept several arguments and put them on the stack..and as a format specifier is noted in the string the function pops the data...
After writing Why main() should not have void as return type? article the other day, suddenly one more question came up into my mind about the signature of main() function. In the earlier article I discussed about why 'void main()' should not be used when ANSI C expects the function main() to...
As the name suggests, volatile specifier indicates the compiler that the value of the variable is volatile i.e. it can change unexpectedly. But, the question comes why do we need to even specify that a variable value is volatile. The Requirement for volatile specifiers Our compilers...
In this article we will extend our code to print more comprehensive information about a file/directory in a directory. Please Refer Developing Linux Utility like 'ls' in C Developing Linux Utility - Part II Arranging Output in Alphabetical Order Example $ ls -l total 148 ...
We will understand a very important function 'fstat()'. We will create a working code to describe the capabilities of fstat() but before that lets theoretically Understand what it does. fstat() as the name suggests is used to get the status of the file. By status we mean all the useful...
The keyword ‘static’ has been widely used in many programming languages. I know it is there in Java, C and C++. I am pretty sure, it is must be used in other languages as well, even though it might depict different attributes and characteristics. However, we are going to learn about the keyword...
I wanted to make a remake of my previous BAD versions of these 2 functions. I think they are working great now, and they're portable the same as the originals from STD library. ATOI /** // By 85 // boyscout_arg@hotmail.com // etalking.com.ar
Function is a block of statements that performs a specific task. It is reusable portion of the code and a very effective way to modularize your program. For example, you may need to perform different arithmetic operations in your program like addition, subtraction, multiplication and division....
Looping While writing our C programs we might feel a need to execute similar or same set of instructions multiple times , for eg: Printing numbers from 1 to 100 on the screen , This task without the use of looping could be very tedious and make would make the code absolutely not redistributable...
What is a Function? A Function is a statement or a rule which relates a variable quantity with other variable quantities. The function can often be related to a machine , it has an input and a output , The output is somehow dependent on the input. For more clarity lets take an example of a...
In the previous tutorial we talked about functions, What are they, How to declare them etc. Now in this article we’ll be looking at In this tutorial we’ll be looking at a basic sample program, how it works and some basic rules/tips to keep in mind. Simple Program using Functions Function.c...
Conditional statements are statements, which are executed depending on some condition being satisfied as true or false. In this tutorial, we will try to learn some conditional statements which include: If-else, switch, break and continue which controls the behaviour of loop to some extent. if...