C Programming

C programming language is a computer programming language they are developed in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie at bell laboratories. This language are developed to the system programming for the operating system UNIX. Mainly C programming language was developed the problems of previous language such as B,BCPL etc. C programming language are base of all the other language’s and c is the most widely used computer language. It is a procedural language which means that the people can write their programs as a series of step-by-step instructions. It can be used to develop software like operating systems, databases, compilers, and so on.

Why we Learn C Programming?

Mainly C programming are considered as the base of other programming languages that’s why it is known as mother language. All the system software programming will use C as it execute very fast than other programming language like java. Also C is the best choice when you start programming as it is most basic. C language is widely used in embedded system and it is used for developing system applications. C code is simple and wicked fast it is compact and efficient. Because C has raw pointers, bitwise operators and the keywords, extern, static and you’ll understand more about efficient code than you can select from any high level language.

  • Today’s most popular Linux, OS,RDBMS, MySQL, Oracle and PostgreSQL have been written in C.
  •  C compiler combines the capabilities of an assembly language with features of a high-level-language.
  • C programming language is so popular and it’s used so widely is the flexibility of its use for memory management.

Basic “Hello World” Program in C

They are just to give you a little example of program in C programming. This was just a small conventional hello world program. I know in this program so many things you can’t understand but it is just a simple example you can learn all the things step by step.

# include 
int main() {
// printf() displays the string inside quotation
printf("hello world");
return 0;

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