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Designing Your Own Data Structures

  • David Mark
  • James Bucanek

Abstract

Chapter 8 introduced several new data types, such as float and char. We discussed the range of each type and the format specifiers used to print each type using printf(). Next, you explored the concept of arrays, focusing on the relationship between char arrays and C strings. Along the way, you discovered the #define statement, C’s text substitution mechanism. In Chapters 7, 8 and 9, you learned a lot about pointers.

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© David Mark and James Bucanek 2012

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  • David Mark
  • James Bucanek

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