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August 19, 2010

C boolean

Filed under: C — Tags: , — shijitht @ 3:52 pm

C do not have a built-in boolean type. In C, zero means false and non-zero means true. So we don’t have to use boolean types in comparison operations. If a comparison say  using  “== ”   succeeds, one would be returned. Zero in case of a failure. Run the program to remove debuts,

main()
{
         printf("False = %d True = %d\n",1==0,1==1);
}
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