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[ INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS ] Computing Science Department Course : COMP 2130 Lab: #4 Date: 22 nd /23 rd January 2018 Functions 1. Introduction The purpose of this assignment is to introduce C Languages loops and functions 2. Instructions This lab will walk you through the loops and functions in C through interactive examples. You can use nano, pico or any other editor to write your C code. 3. Steps: 1. Use putty to login to your account. 2. Use ls command to list all folders and files under the “ comp2130 ” directory. 3. Create a new directory “ lab4 ” and change directory to “ lab4 NOTE: Before you can c loop control variable, you must tell the compiler about it by declaring it and telling the compiler about what its "type" is. To declare a variable you use the syntax
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  • Spring '17
  • ANKITA
  • Math, input value, variable type, Science Department, ls command, Languages loops

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