There are many ways to find Hostname and IP address of a local machine. Here is a simple method to find hostname and IP address using C program.
We will be using the following functions :-
gethostname() : The gethostname function retrieves the standard host name for the local computer.
gethostbyname() : The gethostbyname function retrieves host information corresponding to a host name from a host database.
inet_ntoa() : The inet_ntoa function converts an (Ipv4) Internet network address into an ASCII string in Internet standard dotted-decimal format.
Hostname: cContainer Host IP: 10.98.162.101
Output varies machine to machine
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