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using the course’s C compiler, write a beginning C program that displays the words “Example Program.”  
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That should not be too difficult.
Look into the puts() standard library function.
You are undoubtedly aware that it is against the EE member
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Jaime Olivares earned 50 total points
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Traditionally, every C Language book show a little program called "hello.c", it prints a string with the phrase: "Hello world". So, read any C book, try the example  and modify it to display the phrase you want.
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