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2.Different data types in C? and its value and range?

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2.Different data types in C? and its value and range?..

Answer / srigar s

int
float
char
long
double
with the range and size

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2.Different data types in C? and its value and range?..

Answer / panchal jigar

primary data type
user defined data type
derived data type
1 int,float,char,void
2 pointer array
3 enum struct union

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