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INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY OF C


In this article you will learn about introduction of C language and history 
of c programming language.  

Before further wasting anytime lets get started.


                           INTRODUCTION OF C LANGUAGE 

1) C is a programming language which born at “AT & T’s Bell Laboratory” of USA in 1972.

2) C was written by Dennis Ritchie, thats why he is also called as father of C programming language.

3) C language was created for a specific purpose i.e ,designing the UNIX operating system (which is currently base of many UNIX based OS).

4) From the beginning, C was intended to be useful to allow busy programmers to get things done because C is such a powerful, dominant and supple language.

5) Its use quickly spread beyond Bell Labs in the late 70’s because of its long list of strong features.

SHORTLY:

C is a procedural programming language. It was initially developed by Dennis Ritchie between 1969 and 1973. It was mainly developed as a system programming language to write operating system. The main features of C language include low-level access to memory, simple set of keywords, and clean style, these features make C language suitable for system programming like operating system or compiler development.

HISTORY OF C PROGRAMMING CHART


C PROGRAMMING INVENTOR:


DENNIS RITCHI KNOWN FOR -



                                            1- Creator of C Programming Language.


                                        2- Creator of UNIX operating System.

                                        3- Co-author of “The C Programming Language".



















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