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A variable is a seqeuence of program code with a name (also called its identifier). A name or identifier in C can be anything from a single letter to a word. The name of a variable must begin with an alphabetic letter or the underscore _ character but the other characters in the name can be chosen from the following groups:
a .. z
(any letter from a to z)
A .. Z
(any letter from A to Z)
0 .. 9
(any digit from 0 to 9)
(the underscore character)
Some examples of valid variable names are:
 a  total  Out_of_Memory  VAR  integer  etc...

 This serves two purposes:
•    It gives a compiler precise information about the amount of memory that will have to be given over to a variable when a program is finally run and what sort of arithmetic will have to be used on it (e.g. integer only or floating point or none).
•    It provides the compiler with a list of the variables in a convenient place so that it can cross check names and types for any errors.

Type Of Variable

  • int
  • signed
  • char
  • real
  • int
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