Showing posts with label Programming. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Programming. Show all posts

C Program to demonstrate the use of printf statement

C Program to demonstrate the use of printf statement

//C Program to demonstrate the use of printf statement to print values of variables of different data types.

Basic C Program to Find the Sum of Two Numbers

 C Programming is one of the most important Programming Languages for Beginner Coders.

Here is the code to which : Finds the Sum of Two Given Numbers in C Programming.

Types of Programming Languages



Programming languages can be classified as either low-level languages or high-level languages. Low-level programming languages, or machine languages, are the most basic type of programming languages and can be understood directly by a computer. Machine languages differ depending on the manufacturer and model of computer. High-level languages are programming languages that must first be translated into a machine language before they can be understood and processed by a computer. Examples of high-level languages are C, C++, PASCAL, and Fortran. Assembly languages are intermediate languages that are very close to machine language and do not have the level of linguistic sophistication exhibited by other high-level languages, but must still be translated into machine language.

A Brief Introduction to HTML

HTML
 Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) in computer science, the standard text-formatting language since 1989 for documents on the interconnected computing network known as the World Wide Web. HTML documents are text files that contain two parts: content that is meant to be rendered on a computer screen; and markup or tags, encoded information that directs the text format on the screen and is generally hidden from the user. HTML is a subset of a broader language called Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), which is a system for encoding and formatting documents, whether for output to a computer screen or to paper.

Automata Theory