TITLE: Canonical Hello World Example
AUTHOR: Chuck McManis
LAST UPDATE: 28-Sep-2013


This is the canonical “hello world” example, made famous by Kernigan and Ritcheie’s book “The C Language”

The Source Code

#include <stdio.h>

    printf("hello, world\n");


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