C - Invoking a Function
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Invoking a Function
- A function can be called by passing the actual required parameters. The calling function is free to ignore the returned value.
- Before calling a particular function , the corresponding function prototype/declaration must be provided.
- The called function can exist in the same source file, other source file, or in the form of an object code in a library.