C/C++ Preprocessor directives basics Preprocessor directives: In almost every program we come across in C/C++, we see a few lines at the top of the… Read More »
Continue is also a loop control statement just like the break statement. continue statement is opposite to that of break statement, instead of terminating the… Read More »
Break Statement is a loop control statement which is used to terminate the loop. As soon as the break statement is encountered from within a… Read More »
There comes situations in real life when we need to make some decisions and based on these decisions, we decide what should we do next.… Read More »
All variables use data-type during declaration to restrict the type of data to be stored. Therefore, we can say that data types are used to… Read More »
Operators are the foundation of any programming language. Thus the functionality of C/C++ programming language is incomplete without the use of operators. We can define… Read More »
As the name suggests Preprocessors are programs that processes our source code before compilation. There are a number of steps involved between writing a program… Read More »
C is a high level language and it needs a compiler to convert it into an executable code so that the program can be run… Read More »
Storage Classes are used to describe about the features of a variable/function. These features basically include the scope, visibility and life-time which help us to… Read More »
Static variables have a property of preserving their value even after they are out of their scope!
Each variable in C has an associated data type. Each data type requires different amounts of memory and has some specific operations which can be… Read More »
A variable in simple terms is a storage place which has some memory allocated to it. So basically a variable used to store some form… Read More »
Sizeof is a much used in the C programming language. It is a compile time unary operator which can be used to compute the size… Read More »
We have introduced arrays in set 1 (Introduction to arrays in C).
An array is collection of items stored at continuous memory locations. The idea is to declare multiple items of same type together.