Defined in header
Writes a character ch to the given output stream stream.
Internally, the character is converted to unsigned char just before being written.
In C, putc() may be implemented as a macro, which is disallowed in C++. Therefore, calls to std::fputc() and std::putc() always have the same effect.
|ch||-||character to be written|
 Return value
On success, returns the written character.
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy r = 0x102A * r = 0x2A
 See also
| writes a character to stdout |
C documentation for fputc, putc