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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
agreement for you to ask us to do your homework for you.

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Jaime Olivares earned 200 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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