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Can someone explain to me how printf(“%d”,’A’);

would work internally? I mean how is the integer value of A given?
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In order to print any value to the console, printf uses a system call (a method provided by the kernel of the operating system to obtain system specific functionality). The use system call make the transition from user mode to kernel mode of the operating system. Here operating system communicates with the hardware and gives the instructions to the drivers communicating with visual display. Hence any integer value or anything gets printed on the screen

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