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Exploring the printf() function

Exploring the printf() function: Learning C
Exploring the printf() function: Learning C

The printf() function is a traditional part of the first C language program, Hello World. The printf() function is very powerful, with lots of optional arguments. At a simple level, the printf() function sends a string of text to the standard output device. Unlike the puts() function, the printf() functiond doesn't add a newline to its output. To add a newline character to a string, use the backslash-N escape sequence.

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