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6.7. Defining data types

The C language provides only the most basic, commonly used types, many languages provide a larger set of types but this is only for convenience. C's way of handling text strings is a good example of this. At times you may think it would be handy if there were other data types which could store complex data. C allows you to define your own.

 
 
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