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Read the following two declaration statements.
1. #include
 
2. #include "stdio.h"
Which of the following statements pertaining to the above two
statements are correct?

For statement 1, the header file will be searched first in the local directory and then in the standard system directories such as "/usr/include"

For statement 1, the header file will be searched in the standard system directories such as "/usr/include"

For statement 2, the header file will be searched first in the local directory and then in the standard system directories such as "/usr/include"

For statement 2, the header file will be searched in the standard system directories such as "/usr/include"

None of the above

Answer:
For statement 1, the header file will be searched in the standard system directories such as "/usr/include"
For statement 2, the header file will be searched first in the local directory and then in the standard system directories such as "/usr/include"

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Point out the error in the following program(if it is compiled with Turbo C compiler)? #include<stdio.h> int main() { display(); return 0; } void display() { printf("Upwork.com"); }

 

No Error

display() does not get invoked

display() is called before it is defined

None of the above

Answer:
display() is called before it is defined