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- See also changes related to C (programming language), or pages that link to C (programming language) or to this page or whose text .
- Programming language: A formal language specification, and programs for translating the formal language to machine code.
- Unix: A computer operating system originally conceived and developed by a group of researchers as an unofficial project while they were working at AT&T's Bell Laboratories.
- Bell Laboratories: an R&D group, dating from ~1925, formed to create products for the Bell telephone company in the U.S.; by the early 1980s employed more than 330,000 technologists and had made many key advances in technology, but in 1983 broken up by government fiat to break its monopoly on telephone services; much smaller version still exists, centered in Murray Hill, NJ, and owned by Nokia Corporation after having changed hands multiple times since the 1983 divestiture.
- Actual parameter: Special kind of variable that refers to data that a subroutine receives on which to operate.
- Formal parameter: Add brief definition or description
- Gcc: Gnu 'C' Compiler (gcc): A Unix/Linux command that can be used to compile the human-readable source code of a C program into executable binary code.
- Buffer overflow: In computers and computer security, occurs when more data is written to a memory buffer than can fit into the memory buffer.
- C++: Programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup that added concepts from object oriented programming to the C programming language.