"Hello World!" in C


Problem Statement :


Objective:

             In this challenge, we will learn some basic concepts of C that will get you started with the language. You will need to use the same syntax to read input and write output in many C challenges. As you work through these problems, review the code stubs to learn about reading from stdin and writing to stdout.


Task:

This challenge requires you to print Hello World! on a single line, and then print the already provided input string to stdout. If you are not familiar with C, you may want to read about the printf() command.

Example:
s="Life is Beautiful"


The required output is:

Hello, World!  
Life is beautiful  


Function Description:

Complete the main() function below.
The main() function has the following input:
string s: a string


Prints:

*two strings: * "Hello, World!" on one line and the input string on the next line.
Input Format
There is one line of text, .



Solution :


                        #include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

int main() 
{
	
    char s[100];
    scanf("%[^\n]%*c", &s);
  	
    printf("Hello, World!\n%s",s);  
    return 0;
}