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Fund. of Computing I

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Fund. of Computing I CSE 20211

Mrs. Damaris Hyatt
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Nitesh Chawla

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Date Created: 11/01/15
CSE 20211 Fundamentals of Computing I Univ of Notre Dame Instructor Dr Nitesh Chawla nchawlandedu Lecture 3 Topics 0 Number Representations see previous lecture set C Program Organizatlon Variables Program Organization All C programs contain a single main function int main void main int main int argc char argv What is the purpose of main 0 The main function tells the compilerlinker where exactly to start executing your code Typical code structure Initial comment regarding contents of le include ltstdiohgt Function prototypes int main Your code goes here return 0 int fool int nTheParameter My function return nTheParameter 2 Key components 0 Initial comment What does this le contain 0 Include les Gives de nitions of functions how to call them 0 Function prototypes Any of your functions and how to call them 0 Main function 0 Your functions etc Brief notes 0 C has been around since the 70 s 0 Hence the compiler needs to know about something before it can be used 0 Thus gt functions must be prototyped or de ned before being called 0 Header les h gt include via include I Function prototypes o Source les c gt never included I Actual code 0 Link multiple source les together Via a linker


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