Escape Sequence in C:
An escape sequence in C language is a sequence of characters that doesn’t represent itself when used inside string literal or character.
It is composed of two or more characters starting with backslash \. For example: \n represents new line.
List of Escape Sequences in C:
|\a||Alarm or Beep|
Escape Sequence Example:
printf(“You\nare\nlearning\n\’c\’ language\n\”Do you know C language\””);
You are learning 'c' language "Do you know C language"
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