By: Ram : 2008-09-16
Description: The various loops in C are While loop,do..while loop, and for loop. These loops can be nested to perform complex operations. The break and the continue statements are used to navigate inside loops.
By: Ramlak : 2008-08-13
Description: Starting with GNU glibc 2.2, the type wchar_t is officially intended to be used only for 32-bit ISO 10646 values, independent of the currently used locale. This is signalled to applications by the definition of the __STDC_ISO_10646__ macro as required by ISO C99. The ISO C multi-byte conversion functions (mbsrtowcs(), wcsrtombs(), etc.) are fully implemented in glibc 2.2 or higher and can be used to convert between wchar_t and any locale-dependent multibyte encoding, including UTF-8, ISO 8859-1, etc.
By: Siva : 2008-08-06
Description: We could right justify our output using the format specifiers. The field-width specifier tells printf( ) how many columns on screen should be used while printing a value(as in %wd),here the value is right justified and is padded with blanks on the left. If we include the minus sign in format specifier (as in %-wd), this means left justification is desired and the value will be padded with blanks on the right.
By: Siva : 2008-08-06
Description: The If statement in C - The if....else statement in C - Logical Operators in C and the Switch statement in C are discussed in detail with examples
15. Statements in C
By: Ram : 2008-07-31
Description: All the statements in C ends with a “;”. The various statements in C are Declaration Statement, Assignment Statement, Output Statement, Input Statement, Control Statement, Loop Statement etc.,
By: Ram : 2008-07-08
Description: The basic syntax of writing a C program - The anatomy of C
By: Nithya Suresh : 2008-07-05
Description: The character set of C - C has three main types of constants namely integer,real and character constants - There are 32 keywords or reserved words in C
By: Abinaya : 2007-10-03
Description: The malloc() function isn't limited to allocating memory for strings, of course; it can allocate space for any storage need. This function allocates memory by the byte. Recall that malloc()'s prototype is void *malloc(size_t num);
By: Baski : 2007-10-03
Description: The calloc() function also allocates memory. Rather than allocating a group of bytes as malloc() does, calloc() allocates a group of objects. The function prototype is void *calloc(size_t num, size_t size);
By: Charles : 2007-10-03
Description: The realloc() function changes the size of a block of memory that was previously allocated with malloc() or calloc(). The function prototype is void *realloc(void *ptr, size_t size);