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By Peter Prinz

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Let pa point to a. // Now equivalent to a = 123; The subscript operator [] can be used to address the elements of an array. If v is an array and i is an integer, then v[i] denotes the element with index i in the array. , an array name), and the other must be an integer. An expression of the form x[i] is equivalent to (*(x+(i))). For example: float a[10], *pa; // An array and a pointer. pa = a; // Let pa point to a[0]. Since pa points to a[0], pa[3] is equivalent to a[3] or *(a+3). 26 | C Pocket Reference The operators .

Because the automatic storage class is the default for such variables, the specifier auto is rarely used. register The storage class specifier register instructs the compiler to store the variable in a CPU register if possible. As a result, the address operator (&) cannot be used with a register variable. In all other respects, however, register variables are treated the same as auto variables. static Variables declared as static always have static storage duration. The storage class specifier static is used to declare static variables with a limited scope.

The third member has no name, and only serves to define a gap of seven bits, as shown in Figure 5. 48 | C Pocket Reference b15 Bit position: 15 (not used) 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 b3_7 b0_2 76543 210 Figure 5. Bit assignments in the example struct Bit-fields with the type unsigned int are interpreted as unsigned. Bit-fields of type signed int can have negative values in two’s-complement encoding. b3_7 can take values in the range from –16 to 15. Bit-fields also differ from ordinary integer variables in the following ways: • The address operator (&) cannot be applied to bit-fields (but it can be applied to a structure variable that contains bit-fields).

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