(ANSI) C Reference – Data Types – Declarations

A look at the different data types and declarations that is possible in the C programming language.


char ->  character


int ->  integer


float ->  float(single precision)


double ->  float(double precision)


short ->  short (16 bit integer)


long ->  long (32 bit integer)


signed ->  positive and negative


unsigned ->  positive only


*int, *float, .. ->  pointer to int, float, ..


const ->  constant


enum ->  enumeration constant


extern ->  declare external variable


static ->  local to source file


register ->  register variable


void ->  no value


struct ->  structure


sizeof object ->  size of an object (type is size_t)


sizeof (type name) ->  size of a data-type (type is size_t)


typedef typename ->  create name by data-type


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