In this tutorial you will learn about the C Escape Sequence and its application with practical example.
In C Programming Language c escape sequence is a special string comprising a backslash (\) followed by a letter or by a combination of digits used to control output on the monitor. C escape sequences are typically used to represent actions such as newline, carriage returns, tab movements, and nonprinting characters over the monitor. The following table lists the common ANSI c escape sequences and their meaning.
|\’||Single quotation mark|
|\ "||Double quotation mark|
|\?||Literal question mark|
|\ ooo||ASCII character in octal notation|
|\x hh||ASCII character in hexadecimal notation|
|\x hhhh||Unicode character in hexadecimal notation if this escape sequence is used in a wide-character constant or a Unicode string literal.|