Functions Examples

Functions are an essential concept in the world of programming, and C programming language is no exception. Functions provide a way to modularize code, making it easier to understand, debug, and maintain. In this blog post, we will explore some examples of functions in C programming and how they can be used effectively.

Functions : An Overview

Before diving into examples, let’s quickly recap the basic structure of a function in C programming. A function typically consists of a function name, parameters (if any), a return type (if any), and a body enclosed within curly braces. 

Topics Covered

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

  1. Functions
  2. User-defined functions
  3. Recursion
  4. Storage Classes

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.


1Function with argument and return value
2Use of strcmp() function
3Use of strcpy() function
4Program to Find Square root of a Number Using Functions
5Program to find the Cube root of a Number Using Functions
6Program to find smallest & largest in three numbers by using function
7Program to Reverse a Number Using Function
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In this blog post, we explored some examples of functions in C programming. Functions play a crucial role in breaking down complex code into smaller, manageable parts. So far we looked at examples of an function, showcasing the versatility and usefulness of functions in solving various programming problems.

So, to deepen your understanding of functions and C programming, I encourage you to practice writing your own functions, explore different functions available in C libraries, and experiment with different parameter types and return values. The more you practice and explore, the more proficient you will become in utilizing functions effectively in your C programs.
At Last, Happy coding!