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    putchar

    Dear sir,

    How to use the "putchar" in the string. Can you give me an example and define it.

    Thanks

    Xiang

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    Syntax:
    #include <stdio.h>
    int putchar(int c);

    c is the numeric value of a character (65 is 'A' for example). It prints out the character by the numeric value.

    #include <stdio.h>
    main() {
    putchar(65);
    putchar(66);
    }

    Would output

    A
    B

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    or you could just say putchar('A'); putchar('B'); to make it easier.

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    Pretty much, but the numbers make you look smarter (and, of course, geekier )


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