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January 2020

— Its true

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You need to use an array of chars, not a single char to use scanf
like here at the bottom
https://www.tutorialspoint.com/c_standard_library/c_function_scanf.htm

— To read a string

— Yes.....thanks...guys...i got it....

— But we can do that also but this will print ASCII value of that character

— Also
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— Also your check for string equality is incorrect, it will compare pointers, not strings
you need to use strcmp

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— And if you still want to use one character for b (you can do that), you need to compare with character 'y' and 'Y' in single quotes (and read as %c as mentioned before)

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3683602/single-quotes-vs-double-quotes-in-c-or-c

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— Yes i got that message as warning

— #reference-the-standard

— Https://www.bfilipek.com/2019/05/ref-cpp-standard.html

— Guys can you explain which compiler is best....