|1||Formatted input/output functions.|
|2||Unformatted input/output functions.|
Using this function, we can specify the width of a value to be displayed in the output at the console.
Using this function, we can fill the unused white spaces in a value(to be printed at the console), with a character of our choice.
Using this function, we can set the flags, which allow us to display a value in a particular format.
Using this function, we could clear the flag specified fixed by the function setf().
Using this function, we can specify the number of digits(num_of_digits) to the right of decimal, to be printed in the output.
Reads a single character from the user at the console and assigns it to the char array in its argument, but needs an Enter key to be pressed at the end..
Reads a single character from the user at the console, and returns it.
|getline(char* arr, int size)||
Reads a line of characters, entered by the user at the console which ends with a newline character or until the size of .
Writes a single character at the console.
|write(char *arr, int num)||
Writes a number of characters in a char array to the console.