C Program to demonstrate how the escape characters work.

C Program to demonstrate how the escape characters work.Escape character is the single character, and it is compiled as the character constant.
Escape characters are used to solve the c format problems.
An escape sequence is denoted by using the backslash () as an escape character, followed by a single character indicating the nonprintable character desired.
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#include <stdio.h>
#include <conio.h>
printf("Escape operators");

printf("Example program to show the escape characters:nn");
printf("t here is tab");
printf("n Here starts new line");

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