Wednesday, 19 February 2014

What is C language and how it relate with human language?

This is very good question to clear your concept on C that What is C language and how it relate with human language?
      C language is general purpose language developed by Dennis Ritchie at Bell Laboratory in 1972 from a language names B. B was also developed at Bell laboratory.

The first major program written in c was UNIX operating system and for many years, c considered to be inextricably linked with UNIX  , C is an important language independent of UNIX.

Why it needed?

Although originally designed as a system programming language,C has proved to be powerful and flexible language that can be used for a variety of applications, from business program to engineering. C is particularly popular language for personal computer programmers because it is relatively small. It requires less memory than other languages.

How it relate with human language?

There is close analogy between learning English language and learning c language. In English, the method of learning is to first learn alphabet used in language, then learn to combine these alphabet to form words, which in turn are combined to form sentences and sentences are combined to form paragraph. Learning c is similar and easier .instead  of straight away learning how to write a programs, we must first know what alphabet , number and special symbols are used in c, then how using constant, variable and keywords and constructed, and finally how are these combined to form an instruction.

You may see the previous post on " 

What is a constant,variable and keyword in C?"

Answered by Sunil 
student, OCC (Online coaching Class)

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