Explain the code please https://code.sololearn.com/cCPK8Bdbn5ci/?ref=app
printf() returns an int that indicates the number of characters printed. So first, the inner printf() prints "1", which is 1 character and thus returns 1. The outer printf() prints the value inner returns. Basically like this: int a = 1; int t = printf("%d", a); //t = 1 printf("%d, t);
Sreenesh check this . https://www.tutorialspoint.com/return-values-of-printf-and-scanf-in-c#:~:text=The%20printf()%20function%20is,it%20returns%20a%20negative%20value.
U explain the output ''11''
Ohhhh so the output is 11 thanks man