The "\b" didn't work on my Mac. So i tried to find the reason.
I think that cause of this problem may be the version of c.
Or device could be. If you know it, can you help me?? thank you.
There are three ISO standard versions of C: C90, C99 and C11. To know which C version your program is running check the:
On the other hand if what you want to know is the version not of C but the version of your C compiler, as the other answers suggests, run the compiler with the appropriate option (
--version for both
clang for example).
Depending on your compiler it can support different C versions. You can ask to change the compiler default C version used for compiling using the
-std= option with
clang, for example: