You will learn about the following in this chapter:
• Putting together a simple C program
• Creating integer-valued variables, assigning them values, and displaying those values onscreen
• The newline character
• How to include comments in your programs, create programs containing more than one function, and find program errors
• What keywords are
What does a C program look like? If you skim through this book, you’ll see many examples. Quite likely, you’ll find that C looks a little peculiar, sprinkled with symbols such as
*ptr++. As you read through this book, however, you will find that the appearance of these and other characteristic C symbols grows less ...