The C Declarations
7.8 Rules for Defining Variables
A programming language should be designed to support certain kinds of data, such as numbers, characters, strings, and so on, to obtain usable output known as information. A program is a set of statements for a specific task, which will be executed in a sequential form. These statements/instructions are formed using certain words and symbols according to the rules known as syntax rules ...
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