What I think each part of the code does in my own words:
- Preprocessor Directive: It include a file of code into your code that you need.
- Main Function: This is the part of code where the compiler knows that this is the place where code needs to be ‘run’/output(something of the sort
- Expression Statement: These are statements that output/process something.
- Declaration Statement: These are statements that declare variables, functions, arrays, pointers, and constants.
- Return Statement: Since the main function is declared with an integer, and number must be returned, which can confirm that there are no syntax errors.
What do you guys think of my explanations? How accurate are they?