Oct 14, 2011

C Program to Find out the size of the different data types

C Program to find the Size of Different data types. In This program we, find the size of the datatypes in c using sizeof() operator. sizeof() operator returns the its argument memory in bytes. Read more about C Programming Language .

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#include <stdio.h>

 printf("    short int is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(short int));
 printf("          int is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(int));
 printf("        int * is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(int *));
 printf("     long int is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(long int));
 printf("   long int * is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(long int *));
 printf("   signed int is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(signed int));
 printf(" unsigned int is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(unsigned int));
 printf("        float is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(float));
 printf("      float * is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(float *));
 printf("       double is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(double));
 printf("     double * is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(double *));
 printf("  long double is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(long double));
 printf("  signed char is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(signed char));
 printf("         char is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(char));
 printf("       char * is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(char *));
 printf("unsigned char is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(unsigned char));
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