You will learn about the following in this chapter:
How character strings are created and stored
How you can use scanf() and printf() to read and display character strings
How to use the strlen() function to measure string lengths
The C preprocessor's #define directive and ANSI C's const modifier for creating symbolic constants
This chapter concentrates on input and output. You'll add personality to your programs by making them interactive and using character strings. You will also take a more detailed look at those two handy C input/output functions, printf() and scanf(). With these two functions, you have the program tools you need to communicate ...