Category: C Language

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Data Types in C
A data type specifies the type of data or value that a variable can store such as integer, floating, character, double, etc. Data types in C There are four types of data type in C language: Basic Data Type - int, char, float, double Derived Data Type - array, pointer,…
Keywords in C
A keyword is a reserved word. you cannot use it as an identifier (variable name, constant name, function name, etc.). There are only 32 keywords that are reserved in the programming language C. Here is the list of 32 keywords of the C language: auto break case char const continue…
Identifiers in C
Identifiers in C language represent the name in the C programming language, for example, the name of the variable, the name of the function, the name of the array, the name of the structure, the name of unions, the name of labels, etc. An Identifier can be a combination of…
Pseudo Code
A Pseudo Code is an informal way of writing the steps that should be followed for writing a program for human understanding. It should be just written in the English language to make the complex program easy to understand. For graphical representation, we use the alternative of pseudo-code which is…
Flow Charts
Flow charts are the most widely used graphical representation of an algorithm and procedural design workflows. It uses various symbols and shapes like rectangles, ovals, circles, etc. to show the operations and decisions to be followed in a program. Flow chart flows in sequential(step-by-step) order. Types of flow charts Horizontal…
Algorithm
An algorithm is a set of rules or instructions that step by step defined to solve a problem or to reach an expected goal. It is not a complete code or program but It can be described using a pseudo-code or flow chart. Characteristics of Algorithms Input - The algorithm…
Introduction to C Language
C Language is a programming language created in 1972 by Dennis Ritchie. It is the most popular programming language in the world. Why Learn C Language To start learning a programming language, everyone chooses C language because it makes it easier to understand the logic behind problem-solving techniques. There are…