system() plays a very special role in executing Operating System Commands.
By using this library function we can run all those terminal commands that our Operating System allows us to perform, just by using our C program.
Same output as you get on writing ipconfig in Windows or ifconfig in Linux on your terminal. You are just using ipconfig/ifconfig on terminal but using C code isn't it cool.
Now we are looking at a code to ShutDown your system.
An alert box appears telling you that your System will Shut Down.
Run these codes on your System and have fun. 🙂
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