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How to print hello world in double quote in c ?

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How to print hello world in double quote in c ?
Sep 24 '15 #1
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weaknessforcats
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You have to use an escape sequence.
The escape sequence is a backslash (\). The \ tells the compiler that the character behind the backslash is a code for something else.

So \" says that the " is not part of the syntax but is data:

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  1. printf("\"Hello world!\""\n);
See also the \n. The compiler does not see this as a \ and an n but a code. In this case \n is the code for a newline on the screen.

There are various escape sequence characters that you should review.
Sep 24 '15 #2

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