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Question by japz
Submitted on 3/18/2004
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what is definition and function calls what is declaration

Answer by bussyKKV
Submitted on 5/29/2004
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Declaration means function prototype.
function definition means where a specific task to perform actions in that function.Function call means which function is calling which function.
int main()
  void print();/*this is declaration in fun. main also nowadays called Function prototype*/

print();/*calling function print*/

return 0;

void print()/*function definition*/
printf("hello c world");


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