a preprocessor directive that is not an specified ISO standard that controls actions of complier and linker
The #pragma directive is a compiler specific instruction. There are many things you can tell the compiler. For instance, the #pragma pack n directive tells the compiler to override the /Zpn command line argument and to use a new default structure packing value. To see all of the possible #pragma directives, go to online help, and index by #pragma directives, C/C++. You probably only need to type in #pra and then click on C/C++ to get this far.
I do use am a programmer, because C-language.
The population of Pragma Group is 400.
Pragma directive forces processor to use specific advantages for particular processors such as Hyper Threading, multi cores and so on.
There is no part called 'loader' in C language.
Lucky you, keep it up and you may just find out what pragma is/means and then you can write your own program that contains a pragma.
I WANT TO STUDY C LANGUAGE HOW i learn study
TO use a c language first step is to know about the c language and the steps to use the c progrmming language with the help of any elders or with the teachers. TO use the arrays you have to get th eknowledge of "c" language
C Language is Case senstive, We never use the reserve words as Variables names C Language is Case senstive, We never use the reserve words as Variables names
To run C language?! Your question makes no sense.
You don't use objects in C because C is not an object oriented language like C++.
C has nothing to do with graphics.
java language moreover solve the problems witch is encounter in c and c++ that s why we use the java language...
No, it is a programming language.
For is it programming used.
There is no alternative to fscanf() in C++. The same function can be used in both C and C++. For C++, the function can be found in the <cstdio> standard library header. Note that Microsoft Visual Studio will claim that fscanf() is unsafe and recommends using the non-portable fscanf_s() instead. However, you can disable this warning by placing the following pragma on the line immediately before the call to fscanf(). #pragma warning(suppress:4996);
We use C when we want to write low-level code with a higher level of abstraction than that provided by assembly language.