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Sending string output

Sending string output: C: Data Structures, Pointers, and File Systems
Sending string output: C: Data Structures, Pointers, and File Systems

You can always craft your own string output functions. Otherwise, the C library features two common ones: puts() and printf(). The puts function outputs a string variable or literal and always appends a newline. The printf() function outputs a string directly or uses the percent-s placeholder to represent a string argument. Unlike the puts() function, printf() does not automatically append a newline to its output.

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