Representation of Data types in C

Data types in C Language

Representation-of-Data-types-in-C

How Data types are represented in C ?

Each of the primary data type is represented uniquely in C Language. This actually used to print the value of the data type in programs. To access a specific data type we need to represent it in C.

  1. Integer type (int)                           –      %d
  2. Floating type(float)                       –      %f
  3. Character type(char)                    –      %c
  4. Double type(double)                      –      %e   (or) %E
  5. Long double                                     –      %lf

Program using different data types

What we do ?

Print each kind of data type using different representations in a single C Program.


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//Program to print Different Data Types
#include<stdio.h>
void main(){
    int i;
    char c;
    float f;
    double d;
    i=2;
    c='M';
    f=2.35;
    d=123456;
//Printing Values
    printf("\n Integer is %d",i);
    printf("\n Character is %c",c);
    printf("\n Floar is %f",f);
    printf("\n Double  is %d",d);
    
    
} 
OUTPUT:

integer is 2
character is M
Float is 2.35
double is 123456