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9.2. auto

By default, variables in C use the auto storage class. This is so called because the variables are automatically created when needed and deleted when they fall out of scope.

You can specify a variable to have the auto storage class by prefixing the variables declaration with the auto keyword but this has no effect, the keyword was introduced into the language for symmetry with the other storage specifiers.

 
 
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