The ‘C’ program can have only one command line argument.

2. Each statement below is either TRUE or FALSE. Choose the most appropriate one
and ENTER in the “tear-off” sheet attached to the question paper, following
instructions therein. (1 x 10)

2.1 The #undef directive removes a name previously defined with #define directive.
2.2 The ‘C’ program can have only one command line argument.
2.3 The goto statement causes control to go to a function.
2.4 If you don’t use a return type in the function declaration, the compiler assumes that the function does not return anything.
2.5 An array element is accessed using the dot operator.
2.6 Continue statement skips all subsequent statements in the loop body and triggers the next iteration for the loop.
2.7 The strcmpi function compares two strings irrespective of case.
2.8 For loop allows a statement or compound statement to be executed at least once.
2.9 The fread function reads formatted data from a stream.
2.10 In ‘C’, unsigned int can have maximum range of values between 0 to 65535.

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