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Welcome to our blog post on basic examples of C programming! In this blog post, we’ll be exploring a basic examples to help you assess your understanding of this fundamental programming language. Whether you’re new to coding or looking to refresh your skills, this post will provide you with a comprehensive overview of some fundamental concepts in C programming language. So, let’s dive in!

Topics Covered

Throughout our learning journey, we have explored the following topics:

  1. Syntax
  2. Keywords & Identifiers
  3. Input/output functions
  4. Data Types
  5. Operators and expression

We have created some examples in order to gain a better understanding of these topics.

We suggest you try creating these programs on your own before going through these examples.

If you are a programming newbie, it’s helpful to start by going through each example below to see if you can understand them, and then try writing these programs on your own.


1Program to Print a Character
2Program to Print an Integer Number
3Program to Add two Numbers
4Print the Multiplication of two Numbers
5Calculate the Simple Interest
6Find the factorial value of any Number
7Find the Greatest of the three Numbers Using Conditional Operators
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In this blog post, we covered some basic examples of C programming. We explored Syntax, Keywords & Identifiers, Input/output functions, Data Types and Operators and expression. By understanding these fundamental concepts, you’ll be well-equipped to write your own C programs.

Remember, these examples is just a starting point. If you want to further enhance your C programming skills, consider exploring online tutorials, reading reference books, and practicing coding exercises. Therefore, the more you immerse yourself in C programming, the more confident and proficient you’ll become.

To further enhance your C programming skills, I encourage you to explore more complex examples and projects, as well as refer to official documentation and online resources. Happy coding and best of luck on your programming journey!