Why is the first thing you learn in programming - displaying the phrase "Hello world!" and not some other?


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Display the following phrase "Hello world" is nothing more than a tribute to tradition. This phrase was quoted in the book "The C.I. programming language" by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, published in 1978.

It's also worth understanding that writing a program that outputs the phrase "Hello World" gives the learner an understanding of the key points of the programming language, chief among which is the basic structure of the program


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