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Simple C-language source code example, a procedural programming language. The resulting program prints "hello, world" on the computer screen. This first known "Hello world" snippet from the seminal book The C Programming Language originates from Brian Kernighan in the Bell Laboratories in 1974.[1]

Goân-sú-bé (Eng-gí: source code) sī chi̍t thò tiān-náu chí-lēng, ēng óa-kīn lâng ê giân-gí ê bó͘ khoán thêng-sek giân-gí su-siá, it-poaⁿ chûn chò phó͘-thong bûn-pún. Goân-sú-bé thang keng-kòe cho͘-ha̍p-khì (assembler) ia̍h chhau-chi̍p-khì (compiler) choán chò jī-chìn ê ki-khì-bé liáu-āu hō͘ tiān-náu chi̍p-hêng, che ki-khì-bé ē-tàng chûn chò tóng-àn têng-ho̍k sú-iōng. Lēng-gōa, mā ū khó-lêng thang keng-kòe thong-e̍k-khì (interpreter) ti̍t-chia̍p chi̍p-hêng.

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. "Programming in C: A Tutorial" (PDF). goân-loē-iông (PDF) tī 23 February 2015 hőng khó͘-pih.