I dont understand why 'True and False' are considered correct as boolean operators yet 'true and false' is not. Can someone please explain to me why this is so?
Because they are keywords, and keywords as identifiers (variable names, function names...) are case sensitive ^^ So, True and False exists, but not true and false (until you define them explicitly: true = True; false = False :P)
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Question is write a c program to print prime numbers up to n and print the largest number in array.