Unions in C are user defined data type similar to structures. Union allows to define multiple members of different type at single location. In this article I will explain what is union, need of union, how to declare, define and access unions in C programming language.
We use unions to define a new data type, similar to structures in C. Its definition, use and access are almost similar to structures. If I say its similar to structure, then you may think why in the world do we need it then. Hence, let us first explore the real world need of a union type.
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Structures in C, is an advance and most popular topic in C language. It facilitates you to design your custom data type. In this tutorial, we will learn about structures in C its need, how to declare, define and access structures.
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Dynamic memory allocation refers to the process of manual memory management (allocation and deallocation). Dynamic memory allocation in C is performed via a group of built-in functions
free(). Some text also refer Dynamic memory allocation as Runtime memory allocation.
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Bitwise operators are used to manipulate data at its lowest level (bit level). Data in memory (RAM) is organized as a sequence of bytes. Each byte is a group of eight consecutive bits. We use bitwise operators whenever we need to manipulate bits directly. In this post I will show you some cool bitwise operator hacks and tricks. These hacks will boost your programming skill.
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Data at the centric level is most crucial part of every program that you have written. All programs contain memory allocation, deallocation and data manipulation. In this article, I am going to discuss about memory allocation and different ways to allocate memory in C.
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