Write a program that prints the following text: in c, lowercase letters are significant. main() is where program execution begins. opening and closing braces enclose program statements in a routine. all program statements must be terminated by a semicolon.

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well cos like a ds it doesn't really die out, unlike for example, fifa, they always come out with a new version, so lets say your fifa 18 is charging you to update the teams and stuff, so, if messi were to go to real madrid (never gonna happen) it would switch messi to the other team, until the owners of fifa come out with fifa 19, then the game would eventually stop updating, and back to the ds, it doesn't really stop working after sometime because there's lots of things that it could be used for, and idk if u know what i'm saying, but long story short, samsung, represents the ds, if they still work, and people love them but not the new version, the old version still works, so they don't really force people to buy new phones, get me?

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Program:

#include <stdio.h> // header file

int main() // main function

{

   printf("In C, lowercase letters are significant. main() is where program execution begins. Opening and closing braces enclose program statements in a routine. All program statements must be terminated by a semicolon."); // print statement which print the text which is said by the question to print.

return 0; // return statement

}

Output:

The above code print the text which is defined by the question to print

Explanation:

The above code is in the c programming language.The first line of the code is a header file which is used to specify the meaning of the symbols used in programs.The second line of the code is the main function, from which the execution will starts.The third line of the code is the print statement which prints the above text.The fourth line of the code is a returned statement that returned 0 from where the function is called.


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