C structure
snippet in c

c struct

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struct Point 
{ 
   int x, y; 
};  
   // Never forget the semicolon after the struct definition.
int main() 
{ 
   // A valid initialization. member x gets value 0 and y 
   // gets value 1.  The order of declaration is followed. 
   struct Point p1 = {0, 1};  
}

struct in C

user3897

#include<stdio.h>
#include<string.h>

struct Student{
long int rollNo;
int age;
char name[50];
int totalMarks;
};

int main(){

    struct Student s1;
    //accessing members of the struct
    s1.rollNo = 1232234643;
    s1.age = 10;
    char s[]="Jonathan";
    strcpy(s1.name,s);
    s1.totalMarks = 450;

    printf("RollNumber: %d \nName: %s \nTotal Marks: %d",s1.rollNo,s1.name,s1.totalMarks);

return 0;
}

C structure

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struct struct1 {
  int a;
  char b;
}
typedef struct struct2 {
  int a;
  char b;
} name;

void main()
{
  struct struct1 var1;
  name			 var2;
  
  var1.a = 10;
  var2.b = 'c';
}

structs in c

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

struct book{ //this is like making a datatype of type book
    //these are the fields
  	char name[50];
    char author[50];
    char ISBN[11];
};

int main(){
    struct book book1; //making an instance of book called book1
    /*
    normally to store integers in a struct we can do something like
    book1.number_of_pages = 22; which is correct
    however with character arrays we need to use the strcpy
    function
    */

    strcpy(book1.name, "james and the giant tatti");
    strcpy(book1.author, "Krishan Grewal");
    strcpy(book1.ISBN, "12345678987");

    printf("book name: %s\n", book1.name);
  	printf("book author: %s\n", book1.author);
  	printf("book ISBN: %s\n", book1.ISBN);

return 0;
}