C Example for Beginners: C program to Reverse a Sentence Using Recursion

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C program to Reverse a Sentence Using Recursion

In this example, you will learn to take a sentence from the user and reverse it using recursion.


Reverse a sentence using recursion


#include <stdio.h>
void reverseSentence();
int main(){
    printf("Enter a sentence: ");
    reverseSentence();
    return 0;
}

void reverseSentence(){
    char c;
    scanf("%c", &c);
    if (c != 'n') {
        reverseSentence();
        printf("%c", c);
    }
}

 

Output

Enter a sentence: margorp emosewa
awesome program

This program first prints Enter a sentence: . Then, the reverseSentence() function is called.

This function stores the first letter entered by the user in c. If the variable is any character other than n (newline), reverseSentence() is called again.

This process goes on until the user hits enter.

When the user hits enter, the reverseSentence() function starts printing characters from last.

 

C Example for Beginners: C program to Reverse a Sentence Using Recursion

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