C as a structured language

The most important feature of C language is that it is a structured language. We can create subroutines in a C program and the tasks happening in these subroutines are independent. They do not interfere with the rest of the program. This is also known as compartmentalization of code. Also, we can create loops and does not require a strict field concept. We can also create functions which can be used throughout a program by calling them. A code block can be created easily in C language. For Example:

if (x > 35) {

printf(“More Process.\n”);

scanf(“%d”, &x);

This code block works when x is greater than 35.

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