Is it too obvious?

int main() {
    return 0;

If the above C code snippet is compiled strictly according to a C standard and executed, what would the output be?

Here's a text file that contains 8 lines and in each line, there's a number followed by a string. If you think the string on the line with number \(x\) is the output of the above code, give your answer as \(x\).

Details and Assumptions:

  • As an example, if you think the output is "Huh?!", give your answer as \(5\).
  • Compiling strictly according to a C standard refers to compiling according to a C standard (for example, C99, C11, etc) instead of some non-standard C revision like GNU99, GNU11, etc.

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