function is also like malloc () function. But calloc () initializes the allocated memory to zero. But, malloc() doesnât.Syntax:
/* memory is allocated dynamically */
mem_allocation = calloc( 20, sizeof(char) );
if( mem_allocation== NULL )
printf("Couldn't able to allocate requested memory\n");
printf("Dynamically allocated memory content : " \
"%s\n", mem_allocation );
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