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Writing a character in #C (module 15)

In this section we will discuss on writing a character using many inbuilt #C functions like printf, putchar(), puts, putche, putch etc.

This is the 15th module on learning C with us. Earlier we discussed on the basic introduction and structure of C, preprocessor it's features, intermediate and executable codes. compilation and execution process of a C program. And keywords and identifiers, data types, variables and constants, scope of variables, operators and expressions in C. Type casting in #C. Introduction to input and output functions and reading a character in #C.
In this section we will discuss on writing a character using many inbuilt #C functions like printf, putchar(), puts, putche, putch etc.
Writing a character :-
We know that there are many inbuilt functions for reading a text or character in #C like scanf, getchar, getch etc.. Same as that there are many functions for also writing a character like printf, puts, putchar, putch, putche etc.
This take form as shown below :
  putchar (variable_name);
Here putchar is an inbuilt function used for printing any char type variable_name as an output.
This can be better understand by taking an example of program :
Input :
#include<stdio.h>
main()
{ char a;
  printf("enter any character");
  printf("\n");
  a = getchar();
  putchar(a);
}

Output :
enter any character 
Y
Y
enter any character 
H
H

For module on reading a character in #C you may refer on the below link :-
 In the next module we will discuss on the formatted input and unformatted input and output functions  in #C. For more information please be updated with us only on Www.newsandstory.
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