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4.1.6.The printf() function redirects the output to a standard output, which is the output on screen
#include <stdio.h>
main(){
  printf("Hi \n");
}
Hi
4.1.printf Basics
4.1.1.The printf Function
4.1.2.The printf() Conversion Characters and flags
4.1.3.Placeholders
4.1.4.d, i: Signed integers
4.1.5.printf() Escape Sequences
4.1.6.The printf() function redirects the output to a standard output, which is the output on screen
4.1.7.A format specifier: how to print the data
4.1.8.Use multiple conversion specifiers in a single printf statement
4.1.9.Do calculation in printf
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