main()

{

printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100));

}

a. 2, 2

b. 2, 100

c. 4, 100

d. 4, 4




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main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / guest

a) 2, 2

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main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / lalitha

size of char is 1
and size of int is 2/4 depending on n-bit m/c

Is This Answer Correct ?    24 Yes 6 No

main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / lalitha

@ guest

if we give sizeof(char) or
char ch;
sizeof(ch) the result is 1

and if we give sizeof('1)
sizeof('c') the result is 2/4

does it treat as AsCII value which is an interger?????

how come????

Is This Answer Correct ?    12 Yes 1 No




main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / anil

for the above question the give options are not suitable

it gives the out put as:
1, 2

Is This Answer Correct ?    9 Yes 6 No

main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / praneeth

In C programming language
The size of character literal is size of int. (2 or 4)
ex:: sizeof('A') == sizeof(65)

the size of char is 1
ex:: char ch = 'a';
sizeof(ch) == 1

I hope U understand....
praneeth

Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 4 No

main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / sai

Answer will be (2,2).
EXPLANATION:
In the above printf() statement the size of the char is 2 because
it will takes ASCII value for 'c' because "%d" is the integer specifier.

Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 0 No

main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / ab

answer can be both a and d part..its compiler dependent...

Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 0 No

main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / ameesha

d). 4,4

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main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / balu

answer 2,2
char=1byte
int =2bytes

Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 1 No

main() { printf("%d, %d", sizeof('c'), sizeof(100)); } a. 2, 2 ..

Answer / vamsi

A.(2,2)

Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 1 No

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