Friday, 23 December 2016

C Program To Display Size Of Different Datatype

Problem :- Write A C Program To Display Size Of Different Datatype. Here one thing noted down size of Datatype maybe depend upon your Operating System . Operating System You Are using maybe 32 Bit Or 64 Bit  

Logic :- For This Type of problem C++ Can Handle Easily .C++ have a "sizeof" Operator to find a size of any datatype  Follow Given A Syntax

Syntax :-  sizeof( datatype ) 

Replace Datatype by following datatype

long double
long long

There is another way to find the size of datatype by using pointer 

See Also :- C++ Program To Display Size Of Different Datatype

Solution :- 

#include <stdio.h>
int main()

  printf("int is  %2d bytes \n", sizeof(short int));
  printf("long int is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(long int));
  printf("float is   %2d bytes \n", sizeof(float));
  printf("double is  %2d bytes \n", sizeof(double));
  printf("long double is %2d bytes \n", sizeof(long double));
  printf("char is  %2d bytes \n", sizeof(char));
  return 0;

See Also :- Java Program To Display Size Of Different Datatype

Output :- 

C Program To Display Size Of Different Datatype

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