Commands in C by R4R Team

Commands in C:
-Basically, commands are used to show the data in the program, but not the part of the program.
-readable by humans not by computer.
-When we write something in commands then compiler knows that this is not executable part.

Types:

single line commands:
apply by using '//'

Multiple line commands :
apply by using '/* */'

program-

#include < stdio.h>
int main()
{
//One line commands
printf("After the commands\n");
/*
It is the multiline commands
You write the multiple lines here
You effect on program
*/
printf("After the multiline commands");
}


output-

After the commands
After the multiline commands




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