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The Chalukya dynasty
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In this Bytes video learn about the Chalukya dynasty, what it was known for and when it ruled.

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mam ..in the input syntax we are using & ampersand symbol i.e; for getting a value from the user. then why we don't use the & ampersand symbol in the output syntax.for outputting a value
Shraddha S K
7 months ago
While taking input from the user,we need to store that input in some memory location. so consider that you need to store the input in the variable a. So in order to get the address of the variable a we use ampersand symbol. (& symbol givers the address of a variable) but while printing the output we just print the value in that particular variable not the memory location.
Shraddha S K
7 months ago
if you use I am percent symbol while printing the output you will get the address of that particular variable a printed on the screen.
Lokesh Vikram
7 months ago
for storing the input value in variable (a) ,we need its memory location.so we use ampersand symbol (&).then for taking the value in variable(a) i.e; for printing the output, we need its memory location to access.as u said for getting input.
Lokesh Vikram
7 months ago
then why we don't use (&) symbol for output.mam.., could u understand what iam trying to say
Shraddha S K
7 months ago
yeah I got what you are saying. if you write like printf("%d",a) then value in a will be printed if you write like printf("%d",&a) address of a will be printed.
Shraddha S K
7 months ago
In C , function calling is of two type Pass by value pass by reference Pass by value: Here we send the values of the actual arguments Eg: add(15,20) And printf is a pass by value function , Printf(“%d %d”,a,b); Here a,b are values of actual arguments. similarly scanf is a pass by Reference function.
Lokesh Vikram
7 months ago
thank u mam I got it and I wish u many more happy teachers day mam.have a great year ahead.
Shraddha S K
7 months ago
Thanks a lot!
ma'am also put in the end of class that what type of questions will applicable to video....be answer..
Give us an overview on life and sufferings, of different tribes , and parts they ruled, thier importance in struggle for independence.
thank u mam.. cover all Karnataka kingdoms.. kadamba..gangs.. hoysala... vijayanagara...bahumani
please slow down the speed. it seems that you are just reading the slides.
Can you please make video on "Maratha Confederacy"?
  1. The Chalukya dynasty refers to an Indian royal dynasty that ruled large parts of southern and central India between the sixth and twelfth centuries.


  2. The earliest dynasty, known as the Badami Chalukyas, ruled from their capital Badami from the middle of the sixth century


  3. After the death of Pulakesi li the Eastern Chalukyas became an independent kingdom in the eastern Deccan



  4. The period of Badami Chalukya brought about the evolution and proliferation of a new style of architecture known as Vesara, a combination of the South Indian and the North Indian building styles.


  5. The rock-cut temples of Pattadakal, a UNESCO world heritage site.


  6. The three gems of Kannada literature, Adikavi Pampa Sti Pornina and Ranna belonged to that period


  7. The coins had Nagari and Kannada legends.


  8. The rule of the Badami Chalukya proved a period of religious harmony Later, from the time of Vikramaditya I, the people took an inclination towards Shaivism and sects like Pashupata, Kapalikas and Kalamukhas existed. They actively encouraged Jainism as well.