hello, world definition programming
The canonical minimal test message in the C
universe or any of the minimal programs that emit this message.
Traditionally, the first program a C coder writes in a new environment is one that just prints "hello, world" to standard output (and indeed it is the first example program in K&R
Environments that generate an unreasonably large executable for this trivial test or which require a hairy
compiler-linker invocation to generate it are considered bad.