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    C statement

    Is every line terminated by ";" is a statement in C ?
    Which type of statement is "int i;" ?
    Is #include <stdio.h> is also a statement?

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    No. Declaration. No.

    Without context for the questions, there is little value in explaining the answers further.
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    Thanks for replying,

    Can you tell me an example where a line is ended by ";" and that line is not called as statement ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by _arjun View Post
    Thanks for replying,

    Can you tell me an example where a line is ended by ";" and that line is not called as statement ?
    Every line(or a group of lines) in your program technically form statements.Literally, Statements are a part of your program that can be executed.

    Code:
    printf("Hello arjun");
    Hope it helps

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    Can you tell me an example where a line is ended by ";" and that line is not called as statement ?
    Grumpy already has: A declaration

    A statement specifies an action to be performed - C11 draft 6.8 #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Click_here View Post
    Grumpy already has: A declaration
    Indeed. A declaration is not a statement.
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