Functions in 'C'
In the earlier lessons we have already seen that C supports the use of library functions, which are used to carry out a number of commonly used operations or calculations. C also allows programmers to define their own functions for carrying out various individual tasks. In this lesson we will cover the creation and utilization of such userdefined functions.
Functions in 'C' - OBJECTIVES
After going through this lesson you will be able to
- explain of function
- describe access to function
- define parameters data types specification
- explain function prototype and recursion
- define storage classes – automatic, external, static variables
Functions in 'C' - Index
- MODULAR APPROACH
- DEFINING A FUNCTION
- ACCESSEMENT OF A FUNCTION
- PASSING ARGUMENT TO A FUNCTION
- SPECIFICATION OF DATA TYPES OF ARGUMENTS
- FUNCTION PROTOTYPES AND RECURSION
- STORAGE CLASSES – AUTOMATIC, EXTERNAL, STATIC, VARIABLES
- IMPORTANT QUESTIONS
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