Cyclic Nature of Data Types in C
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- March 5, 2019 at 10:32 am #54443
A portion of the data types in C has special characteristic nature when a designer allocate a value past the scope of the data type. There will be no compiler error and the value change as indicated by a cyclic order. This is known as a cyclic nature.
1) Char, int, long int data types have this property.
2) Further float, double and long double data types do not have this property.
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