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Answer / kishore
Printf is a Variadic function. Variadic functions are
functions which may take a variable number of arguments and
are declared with an ellipsis in place of the last
int printf(char *, ...);
Uses Var_args to know the variables in the ...
In C these are defined in stdarg.h
Refer to this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stdarg.h
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Answer / ilakya.g
It is used to print the statement within the codes of
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Answer / karan sahu
printf is a library function which printed formatted output....
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Answer / sanjith
ths stmt is used to print a output value
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Answer / kamikaze
Printf is a std lib func. It prints everything in the
Inverted commas until a format specifier or a escape
sequence is encountered.
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Answer / mony
printf are inbuilt functions and it is used to get output
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Answer / hyrish
The function printf
is defined by stdio.h
header file. It is
the most commenly
used output stement
in c language.
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Answer / p.madhupriya
printf is using to print the statement only.
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