How to use Coding C Android App

Coding C is a very popular and must use Android app for Computer Science students. It is a very simple and minimal Android app to compile your C programs. Lets understand how to use Coding C Android app.

In this tutorial, I will explain everything about how to use Coding C Android App.

How to use Coding C Android App?

Follow these steps to use Coding C Android App:

Step 1: Install Coding C App

First of all, Install the Coding C App from Play Store on your Android Phone.

Step 2: Launch the Coding C App

After installing the Coding C app, you need to open/launch the app in order to start writing your first C program.

Step 3: Write Your C Program in Coding C Android App

After opening Coding C Android app, you need to write your C Program in the Coding C Android app, that you want to compile and get the output of the program.

Step 4: Run the C Program in Coding C

After writing the program verify that everything is perfect and no missing “;” are there. Once, you’re done, just click RUN to run your C Program in Coding C Android App. It will start compiling the program and then display the output in a Terminal like window.

How to Save a C Program in Coding C Android App

To save a C Program in Coding C Android App, follow these steps:

Step 1: Open Menu in Coding C App

Step 2: Choose Save option from Menu

Step 3: Enter a name for C Program

Step 4: Click Ok to save the C Program

By default, app saves your C program in Downloads folder with a .c file format.

How to Open a C Program in Coding C Android App

To open an exisiting C Program in Coding C Android app, you need to follow these steps:

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Step 1: Open Coding C App

Step 2: Open Menu in Coding C App

Step 3: Choose Open option in Menu

Step 4: Select the File from File Manager

Step 5: C Program File is opened in C Coding App

Now, you can compile and run the opened C Program file.

We hope this tutorial helped you to use Coding C application. Any question? Drop in comment section below. Thanks for reading.

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Abhishek Verma

Abhishek Verma

Abhishek Verma is a tech enthusiast and freelance tech journalist. He has been writing about technology for 4 years. He is passionate about every aspect of technology, especially Android. Abhishek’s articles have been referred by India Today, 360Gadgets, Times of India, MacRumors, AndroidPolice, AndroidAuthority, BGR, Zee News, and many more.

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