||putchar(getchar()) is a valid expression; what does it do? Is getchar(putchar()) also valid?|
||The statement putchar(getchar()); causes the program to read the next input character and to print it; the return value from getchar() is the argument to putchar(). No, getchar(putchar()) is invalid because getchar() doesn't use an argument and putchar() needs one.|
||What would each of the following statements accomplish?|
Sound the alert if the system uses ASCII.
Move the cursor to the beginning of the next line.
||Suppose you have a program count that counts the characters in its input. Devise a command that counts the number of characters in ...|