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### How to start programming for beginners

HOW TO START PROGRAMMING: 1. What is Programming? Programming is a way of communicating with the computer and giving it set of instructions to do the work as per our needs. Example: While calculating something with a calculator what has to be done according to the input given to it is regulated by a program. Programming can also be used to build a software to determine whether a particular number is prime or not. 2. Can anyone learn Programming ? The answer to this question is simple YES anyone with basic knowledge of maths and some common sense can master programming.  The most amazing example of this is Sundar Pichai the CEO of Google he Studied metallurgical engineering at IIT Kharagpur. So if you love it you can do it. 3. Why Should I learn Programming? If you have that passion to solve a problem and enjoy twisting your mind then this is for you else you should leave programming right now. The other important Factor is Money if you become a m

### Basic C Programming Questions

Basic Coding Questions: Exercise 1: Q1. Write a programme to calculate area and perimeter of rectangle by accepting its length and breadth. Ans: #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> void main() { float a,p,l,b; clrscr(); printf("\n enter the length and breadth of rectangle"); scanf("%f%f",&l,&b); a=l*b; p=2*(l+b); printf("\n the area of rectangle is %f and the perimeter is %f",a,p); getch(); } The above image code is written in code blocks Output: enter the length and breadth of rectangle 20(press enter) 10 (press enter) the area of rectangle is 200 and the perimeter is 60 Explanation of the above code: Declaring of variables in data type float since length and breadth cannot always be integers. Taking input of length and breadth together by using scanf function. Substituting the values of length and breadth stored in l and b