Types of Function in C Programming Language

C Programming Language

Free C programming tutorials for all beginners.
Free C programming tutorials for all beginners.

In my previous C programming tutorial I tried to explain what function is, its advantages, how you can to declare a C function and call a function in your C program. And I told you that there are five types of functions and they are:

  1. Functions with no arguments and no return values.
  2. Functions with arguments and no return values.
  3. Functions with arguments and return values.
  4. Functions that return multiple values.
  5. Functions with no arguments and return values.

1. Functions with no arguments and no return value.

A C function without any arguments means you cannot pass data (values like int, char etc) to the called function. Similarly, function with no return type does not pass back data to the calling function. It is one of the simplest types of function in C. This type of function which does not return any value cannot be used in an expression it can be used only as independent statement. Let’s have an example to illustrate this.

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

void printline()
{
	int i;
	printf("\n");
	for(i=0;i<30;i++)
	{
		printf("-");
	}
	printf("\n");
}

void main()
{
	clrscr();
	printf("Welcome to function in C");
	printline();
	printf("Function easy to learn.");
	printline();
	getch();
}
Logic of the functions with no arguments and no return value.
Logic of the functions with no arguments and no return value.

Output

Output of above program.
Output of above program.

Source Code Explanation:

The above C program example illustrates that how to declare a function with no argument and no return type. I am going to explain only important lines only because this C program example is for those who are above the beginner level.

Line 4-13: This C code block is a user defined function (UDF) whose task is to print a horizontal line. This is a simple function and a basic programmer can understand this. As you can see in line no. 8 I have declared a “for loop” which loops 30 time and prints “-” symbol continuously.

Line 15-23: These line are “main()” function code block. Line no. 18 and 20 simply prints two different messages. And line no. 19 and 21 calls our user defined function “printline()”. You can see output this program below

2. Functions with arguments and no return value.

In our previous example what we have noticed that “main()” function has no control over the UDF “printfline()”, it cannot control its output. Whenever “main()” calls “printline()”, it simply prints line every time. So the result remains the same.

A C function with arguments can perform much better than previous function type. This type of function can accept data from calling function. In other words, you send data to the called function from calling function but you cannot send result data back to the calling function. Rather, it displays the result on the terminal. But we can control the output of function by providing various values as arguments. Let’s have an example to get it better.

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

void add(int x, int y)
{
	int result;
	result = x+y;
	printf("Sum of %d and %d is %d.\n\n",x,y,result);
}

void main()
{
	clrscr();
	add(30,15);
	add(63,49);
	add(952,321);
	getch();
}
Logic of the function with arguments and no return value.
Logic of the function with arguments and no return value.

Output

Output of above program.
Output of above program.

Source Code Explanation:

This program simply sends two integer arguments to the UDF “add()” which, further, calculates its sum and stores in another variable and then prints that value. So simple program to understand.

Line 4-9: This C code block is “add()” which accepts two integer type arguments. This UDF also has an integer variable “result” which stores the sum of values passed by calling function (in this example “main()”). And line no. 8 simply prints the result along with argument variable values.

Line 11-18: This code block is a “main()” function but only line no. 14, 15, 16 is important for us now. In these three lines we have called same function “add()” three times but with different values and each function call gives different output. So, you can see, we can control function’s output by providing different integer parameters which was not possible in function type 1. This is the difference between “function with no argument” and “function with argument”.

3. Functions with arguments and return value.

This type of function can send arguments (data) from the calling function to the called function and wait for the result to be returned back from the called function back to the calling function. And this type of function is mostly used in programming world because it can do two way communications; it can accept data as arguments as well as can send back data as return value. The data returned by the function can be used later in our program for further calculations.

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

int add(int x, int y)
{
	int result;
	result = x+y;
	return(result);
}

void main()
{
	int z;
	clrscr();

	z = add(952,321);
	printf("Result %d.\n\n",add(30,55));
	printf("Result %d.\n\n",z);

	getch();
}
Logic of the function with arguments and return value.
Logic of the function with arguments and return value.
Output of the above program.
Output of the above program.

Source Code Explanation:

This program sends two integer values (x and y) to the UDF “add()”, “add()” function adds these two values and sends back the result to the calling function (in this program to “main()” function). Later result is printed on the terminal.

Line No. 4-9: Look line no. 4 carefully, it starts with int. This int is the return type of the function, means it can only return integer type data to the calling function. If you want any function to return character values then you must change this to char type. In line no. 8 you can see return statement, return is a keyword and in bracket we can give values which we want to return. You can assign any integer value to experiment with this return which ultimately will change its output. Do experiment with all you program and don’t hesitate.

Line No. 11-21: In this code block only line no. 16, 17 and 18 is important. We have declared an integer “z” which we used in line no. 16. Why we are using integer variable “z” here? You know that our UDF “add()” returns an integer value on calling. To store that value we have declared an integer value. We have passed 952, 321 to the “add()” function, which finally return 1273 as result. This value will be stored in “z” integer variable. Now we can use “z” to print its value or to other function.

You will also notice some strange statement in line no. 17. Actually line no. 17 and 18 does the same job, in line no. 18 we have used an extra variable whereas on line no. 17 we directly printed the value without using any extra variable. This was simply to show you how we can use function in different ways.

4. Functions with no arguments but returns value.

We may need a function which does not take any argument but only returns values to the calling function then this type of function is useful. The best example of this type of function is “getchar()” library function which is declared in the header file “stdio.h”. We can declare a similar library function of own. Take a look.

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

int send()
{
	int no1;
	printf("Enter a no : ");
	scanf("%d",&no1);
	return(no1);
}

void main()
{
	int z;
	clrscr();
	z = send();
	printf("\nYou entered : %d.", z);
	getch();
}

Functions with no arguments and return values.

Output of the above program.
Output of the above program.

Source Code Explanation:

In this program we have a UDF which takes one integer as input from keyboard and sends back to the calling function. This is a very easy code to understand if you have followed all above code explanation. So I am not going to explain this code. But if you find difficulty please post your problem and I will solve that.

5. Functions that return multiple values.

So far, we have learned and seen that in a function, return statement was able to return only single value. That is because; a return statement can return only one value. But if we want to send back more than one value then how we could do this?

We have used arguments to send values to the called function, in the same way we can also use arguments to send back information to the calling function. The arguments that are used to send back data are called Output Parameters.

It is a bit difficult for novice because this type of function uses pointer. Let’s see an example:

#include<stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>

void calc(int x, int y, int *add, int *sub)
{
	*add = x+y;
	*sub = x-y;
}

void main()
{
	int a=20, b=11, p,q;
	clrscr();
	calc(a,b,&p,&q);
	printf("Sum = %d, Sub = %d",p,q);
	getch();
}
Output of the above program.
Output of the above program.

Source Code Explanation:

Logic of this program is that we call UDF “calc()” and sends argument then it adds and subtract that two values and store that values in their respective pointers. The “*” is known as indirection operator whereas “&” known as address operator. We can get memory address of any variable by simply placing “&” before variable name. In the same way we get value stored at specific memory location by using “*” just before memory address. These things are a bit confusing but when you will understand pointer then these thing will become clearer.

Line no. 4-8: This UDF function is different from all above UDF because it implements pointer. I know line no. 4 looks something strange, let’s have a clear idea of it. “Calc()” function has four arguments, first two arguments need no explanation. Last two arguments are integer pointer which works as output parameters (arguments). Pointer can only store address of the value rather than value but when we add * to pointer variable then we can store value at that address.

Line no. 10-17: When we call function “calc()” in the line no. 14 then following assignments occurs. Value of variable “a” is assigned to “x”, value of variable “b” is assigned to “y”, address of “p” and “q” to “add” and “sub” respectively. In line no. 6 and 7 we are adding and subtracting values and storing the result at their respective memory location. This is how the program works.

I tried to put things in simple for beginner but if you find it difficult to understand then please let me know through comments and I will try to change that part as soon as possible.

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latha 7 years ago

You clearly explained about function calls. Thanks a lot. if possible Please post topics on data structures in c also.


cheryl 7 years ago

please give more example


narasimha 7 years ago

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Vaibhav P 7 years ago

really explained each and every type clearly thanks a lot it was really very useful


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bromanz 7 years ago

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garvit 7 years ago

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monika 6 years ago

excellent way to give a propre defintions on c language associated functions


minakshi 6 years ago

great..........


padmavathy s 6 years ago

give example for multiple values with out using pointer variable


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techno geek 6 years ago from calafornia

hi really nice hub.............do u have source code for parser..............


Deepa 6 years ago

hey!!! really awesome explanation..i was confused about functions before entering in to this site..thanks a lot..


Jeff AmA 6 years ago

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dhanam 6 years ago

what an excellent explanation....its very useful to improve my knowledge.....thank u boss


jopy 6 years ago

thankzx a lot


sluxtpr 6 years ago

really super explanation


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save my system 6 years ago from United Kingdom - London

Hey you explain very clearly and effectively about function. Function keeps main importance in C language. I simplifies program a lot.


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Manna in the wild 6 years ago from Australia

C rocks. Just got to keep those pointers under control!


DANYAL(PAKI) 6 years ago

GREAT JOB....KEEP IT UP...


bharani 6 years ago

it is very easy to understand informations abouy c thnx a lot


kashif  6 years ago

easy to understand


kim magtoto 6 years ago

nice


chin 6 years ago

wow.. its so easy to understand.. how to program :)


chandan 6 years ago

very good


neeraja 6 years ago

It is very useful to us.Thank you very much


marky 6 years ago

does the gantt chart exist in this language?


nbbatt.com 6 years ago from bear, de, 19701

Thanks for your explanation. it helps me to understand it.


saurabh 6 years ago

btr dn a text book :)


shobin 6 years ago

thanks


Swarnalata 6 years ago

Functions are explained clearly and with simple examples.

It helps in better understanding. Thanks.


negative 6 years ago

can u give more examples???


Ranjani 6 years ago

Thanks for clear explanation


annapoorani ct 6 years ago

thanks for ur clear explanation


syed abthahir 6 years ago

please,clear explanation in functions of c program


Anil 6 years ago

thank u i got the information


joseph 6 years ago

my problem is using switch functions, im counting the days between the entering the first month and last month

example

suppose im enter 2 in the first month

and 5 for the last month the solution must be

28+31+30+31+30

the output must be 120 and asking again the program if he/her try again


anita kapil 6 years ago

iam totally confused


shree 6 years ago

example programs and explanation was very clear and easy to understand


SkyKing 6 years ago

well done.. thanks a lot.. finally, I can answer my homework! ^^


Princess 6 years ago

I really dont understand the function


shobin 6 years ago

In Fn. with arguments and no return type,how we take run time entries.


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rajkishor09 6 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

@shobin i think u want to take input from user, if so then u can use scanf within function as u do in main().


gourav 6 years ago

thanks dude


shobin 6 years ago

if we use scanf in function then it is fn.with arguments.


shobin 6 years ago

please explain this clearly;


shobin 6 years ago

#include

#include

void add(int x, int y)

{

int result;

result = x+y;

printf("Sum of %d and %d is %d.\n\n",x,y,result);

}

void main()

{

clrscr();

add(30,15);

add(63,49);

add(952,321);

getch();

}

sir,please tell this is right or wrong.


shobin 6 years ago

void add(int b,int c)

{

int a;

a=b+c;

cout


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rajkishor09 6 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

@shobin : when we declare function in following manner like "void add(int x, int y)" then "int x & int y" are parameter or arguments of "add" function. So, code inside function (like printf, scanf, for loop etc.) is not an arguments.


anamika 6 years ago

can u give more example


karthik 6 years ago

plz tell how can we get logics in c programs sir . plz explain me once plz


musty 6 years ago

You are too good... keep it up.


arun 6 years ago

thanks


musty 6 years ago

hi raj,

after going through your function calls i decided to try it on my prog but its giving me error. Can u help out.

thanks.

#include

using namespace std;

char password(char pass)

{

pass='\0';

while (pass!='a')

{

cout


SNT 6 years ago

THANK YOU THIS HELPED ME A LOT


mark ted clavano bediones 6 years ago

can you please try to give an example of c programing in functions and structure of program


sowmya 5 years ago

really very helpful


rajesh patel 5 years ago

very very usefull


Sid 5 years ago

What are such types of functions called?

the info was helpful.


poonam894 5 years ago

this information helps me a a lot....thnx..


deepika 5 years ago

thanks..........u have given a wonderful explaination about function.


James 5 years ago

Sir, could you help me about this program that calculate the distance between two points using the 3 functions. the scond function will calculate the distance bet x and y. the return values should be of type double. and the main fucntion will just call those functions that you've created. so here is the sample run:

enter two num : 1.2 1

you entered :1.2 and 1

distance between the two of them : 2

i almost forgot of how to program and this is the program that i've seen in my old notes before. kindly help me to solve this sample prog for me to refresh my ideas about programmings. thanks and more power\.

hear you soon...


brundha 5 years ago

ya its fine but give me some real exampels


jatinder 5 years ago

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saran 5 years ago

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Mousumi Paul 5 years ago

Good Hub


Ambily 5 years ago

you are right sneha...


madiha 5 years ago

i m totally confused so plz explain clearly


hemant 5 years ago

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ANU 5 years ago

I HAVE UNDERSTOOD IT CLEARLY.I LEARNT A NEW THING FROM IT.


keerthi k.p 5 years ago

its nice


bebz 5 years ago

can i ask What are the two types of Function in C?


C.SUHANA AMBRIN 5 years ago

thank u i got some clarification regarding this


sharan 5 years ago

what a explanation!!!!!!!!!!good.......i understand clearly.....Thank u soooooo much.........


mini 5 years ago

very good explanation.........thanx alot for such a clear expalnation......


Ruchika  5 years ago

Its the best explaination for the userdefined functions.

Thanx


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tahir khan 5 years ago

thanks for giving detailed information


chandan kumar 5 years ago

more explain more understanding level.

more perfect


poonam 5 years ago

very good code.simple and easy.keep going


abracadabra 5 years ago

this is simple function u have explained. so pls be ellaborate so that everyone can properly understand of function from a to z.


swetha 5 years ago

thnx a lot it really helped in my college project thnq sooooooooooo much.


priyaa 5 years ago

its useful yaar...


SWEETY 5 years ago

ITS EASY


Amilton 5 years ago

Thanks a lot, it's really helpful


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pratik vaishya 5 years ago

The Explanation given for functions is really good & easy to understand also. Thanks for giving so good explanation about functions


vishnu 5 years ago

give more examples


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suresh 5 years ago

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junangao 5 years ago

Exercise#1 semi-finals

1)(Prime numbers)An integer is said to be prime it is divisible by only 1 and by itself.For example 2,3,5 & 7 are prime, but 4,6,8 & 9 are not.

a)Write a function that determines whether a number is prime.

b)Use the function in a program that determines all the prime numbers between 1 to 1000.Store all the results in an array and print them(in a neat table format).

2) (Bubble sort)in the bubble sort algorithm, smaller values gradually"bubble" their way to the top of the array like air bubbles rising in water, while the larger values sink to the bottom. The bubbles sort makes several passes through the array.On each pass, successive pairs of elements are compared. If a pair is increasing order ( or the values are identical), we leave the values as they are. If a pair in decreasing order, their values are swapped in the array.

While a program that sorts an array of 10 integers using bubble sort. Use the rand function to generate the 10 integers. Display the integers before and after applying the bubble sort. Sample display is;

3 1

2 2

1 3

7 4

5 5

6 6

4 7

10 8

9 9

8 10

3)Write a program that uses random number generation to create sentences.The program should use four arrays of pointers to char called article, noun, verb, & preposition. The program should create a sentence by selecting a word at random from each array in the following order:article, noun, verb, preposition, article & noun.

As each word is picked, it should be concatenated to the previous words in an array that is large enough to hold the entire sentence. The words should be separated by spaces, when the final sentence is output, it should start with the capital letter & end with a period.

The arrays should be filled as follows:the article array should contain the articles "the" "a","one","some" & "any" the noun array should contain the nouns "boy","girl","dog","town" & "car" the verb array should contain the verbs "drove","jumped","rain","walked"&"skipped" the preposition array should contain the preposition "to,"form","over","under" & "on".

After completing the program, modify it to produce a short consisting of several of these sentences.Each paragraph should consist of 5 sentences Use a random generator to display 3 to 5 paragraph.Use array of pointers to char for the paragraphs as well...

Thanks so much...

take care always....


Ali 5 years ago

I loved Functions that return multiple values. I read it few other places but this was the best and easiest. Thank you.


TARUN 5 years ago

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sheena 5 years ago

hi?

can you help me out of my excercises ?

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caglar betos 5 years ago

there is an example, Structure of a program

// my first program in C++

This is a comment line. All lines beginning with two slash signs (//) are considered comments and do not have any effect on the behavior of the program. The programmer can use them to include short explanations or observations within the source code itself. In this case, the line is a brief description of what our program is.

#include

Lines beginning with a hash sign (#) are directives for the preprocessor. They are not regular code lines with expressions but indications for the compiler's preprocessor. In this case the directive #include tells the preprocessor to include the iostream standard file. This specific file (iostream) includes the declarations of the basic standard input-output library in C++, and it is included because its functionality is going to be used later in the program.

using namespace std;

All the elements of the standard C++ library are declared within what is called a namespace, the namespace with the name std. So in order to access its functionality we declare with this expression that we will be using these entities. This line is very frequent in C++ programs that use the standard library, and in fact it will be included in most of the source codes included in these tutorials.

int main ()

This line corresponds to the beginning of the definition of the main function. The main function is the point by where all C++ programs start their execution, independently of its location within the source code. It does not matter whether there are other functions with other names defined before or after it - the instructions contained within this function's definition will always be the first ones to be executed in any C++ program. For that same reason, it is essential that all C++ programs have a main function.

The word main is followed in the code by a pair of parentheses (()). That is because it is a function declaration: In C++, what differentiates a function declaration from other types of expressions are these parentheses that follow its name. Optionally, these parentheses may enclose a list of parameters within them.

Right after these parentheses we can find the body of the main function enclosed in braces ({}). What is contained within these braces is what the function does when it is executed.

cout


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rajkishor09 5 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

@sheena, i will help you, you can contact me for any help..


keerthi.M 5 years ago

U have clearly explained about the categoreis of functions.

Thank u very much.....


ash 5 years ago

How to write down a funtion definition :

A function called bilbo accepts a character and returns an integer value ?

a function called frodo which accepts two integer values and returns a character

a function called gamcho which accepts three characters and returns a long integer

a function called memo accepts a long integer and returns a short integer

a function called poloko accepts two double precision quantities and return nothing

Can anyone help me to solve this ?


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rajkishor09 5 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

@ash : those function will have any logic or just prototype (structure) for whatever you are saying?


suman.srestha 5 years ago

can u the solution to find out prime no using function?


Indhu 5 years ago

It very use full.


bunty 5 years ago

u have not use pointer while passing argument how they will send


Rahul S 5 years ago

I got a function definition something like

sum (a,b)

int a, b

{

int sum;

sum=a+b;

}

It is working...but i don't know how..??plz describe this...


tarun gandhi 5 years ago

thanks


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gg 5 years ago

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yogitha 5 years ago

nice explanation got an idea about functions but want some more examples


C Teacher 5 years ago

You are given a very nice job


sanga 5 years ago

in c language main is which function


mohan 5 years ago

your explanation is good,but you doesn't specify about function prototype and function definition if u explain them in a good way with few examples your notes will be excellent try to improve it.


Abdullah 5 years ago

CAN u Tell Me the BasIc book 4 the Guidance of c language????


santosh mca 4 years ago

types of user defined functions explanation is superb. given information is easily understood by the begeners also


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razaatc 4 years ago from lahore

i am clearewd sbout the functions right now thank u sir very much


Dr. Debugger 4 years ago

Great Explanation, can't go simple than this


ameer ali khoso 4 years ago

gud work


$onam 4 years ago

Best explanation for knowing concept....ThanX


jk patel 4 years ago

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mmmmm 4 years ago

thank you


jay 4 years ago

Wow it is easy to understand but for better understand i need more example


sandeep 4 years ago

totally awesome.


sound 4 years ago

.......................................................................................................nice hub


vivek 4 years ago

Thanks A lot friend really very Helpful website.


deepak kumar bansal 4 years ago

what is the basic difference in the functions which one return a value and second which not return any value ...

but give the same result like

void add1()

{

int a=4+5;

}

int add2()

{ int a=4+5;

return a;

}

both add1 and add2 both return same result than what is use of return type????


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rajkishor09 4 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

@deepak : how you will retrieve result of add1 in main function?


sangobingo 4 years ago

I've never seen such a detailed explanation anywhere.its really a fantastic job done by you to help us understanding the functions concept in c! Thanks! keep it up!


Pramod 4 years ago

sir, your notes is very helpful to us


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rajkishor09 4 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

Thanks @sangobingo...


Anonymous Programmer 4 years ago

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sonam 4 years ago

sir

ur notes is good..........


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rajkishor09 4 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

thanks @Sonam


vam 4 years ago

need some more examples mr.kishor


Himanshu Bakshi 4 years ago

Raj Kishore, I am very greatful to you. You did really amazing job. High Recommend Sir...


sayeed khan 4 years ago

it is the vary good explation..........


Dhaval 4 years ago

How can i set the username or password in C


deep 4 years ago

thanks buddy.......its really good


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rajkishor09 4 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

deep: thanks..... :)


priya 4 years ago

It is really useful page for students


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Kalaiselvam N 4 years ago

nice....easily understandable from diagram itself


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rajkishor09 3 years ago from Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA Author

thank you guys......


nandini 3 years ago

nice i can understand clearly


vipul 3 years ago

thanks boss


jani 3 years ago

really helpful thank you !!


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Vishal Narayanan 3 years ago from Hosur, Karnataka, India

sir really u are great . i understood clear cut. it was perfect hats off. really cant go simple than this .


saam 3 years ago

thanks.................................................................................................a lot


raj 2 years ago

its very useful for me.


Julian 2 years ago

Thank you for most informative acticle. What I would like to see is an article that describe all of the built-in library fuction that come with C or C++. I would like each function in the same format as a very antiquated programming language - DBASE VI.


john 23 months ago

awsome


umeee 15 months ago

C stands for what in c language.....?any body....


RVK 13 months ago

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m iftekhar ul haque 12 months ago

really helpful thank you !!


Pooja 9 months ago

Sir your notes is very useful


vyshu 2 weeks ago

its is easy to understand and you exampled too good super

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