A basic C program to show "Hi, World!" on the screen. Since, it's an extremely straightforward program, usually used to represent the punctuation of a programming dialect. 

To comprehend this model, you ought to have the information of following C programming subjects: 

C Input Output (I/O) 

Program to Display "Hi, World!" 

#include <stdio.h> 

int primary() 

/printf() shows the string inside citation 

printf("Hello, World!"); 

return 0; 

Yield 

Hi, World! 

How "Hi, World!" program functions? 

The #include <stdio.h> is a preprocessor order. This order advises compiler to incorporate the substance of stdio.h (standard information and yield) record in the program. 

The stdio.h record contains capacities, for example, scanf() and print() to take info and show yield separately. 

On the off chance that you utilize printf() work without composing #include <stdio.h>, the program won't be arranged. 

The execution of a C program begins from the primary() work. 

The printf() is a library capacity to send organized yield to the screen. In this program, the printf() shows Hello, World! message on the screen. 

The arrival 0; explanation is the "Leave status" of the program. In basic terms, program closes with this announcement.

C if...else Statement