To describe how ANSI C programs use memory to store data and how to write portable C programs
Declaring and defining variables in ANSI C - declare local and external variables and distinguish between declarations and definitions in ANSI C. Storing datatypes in ANSI C - identify the four datatypes used in ANSI C and detail their respective storage restrictions. Datatype qualifiers in ANSI C - name the datatype qualifiers used in ANSI C and identify the datatypes with which they can be used. Naming identifiers in ANSI C - list the rules for naming identifiers in ANSI C. Defining and initializing variables in ANSI C - distinguish between defining and initializing variables in ANSI C. Qualifiers and initialization in ANSI C - use shorthand suffixes while qualifying variables in ANSI C. Initializing variables in ANSI C - define and initialize variables in ANSI C. Using integer and floating point constants in ANSI C - identify decimal, octal, and hexadecimal integer constants and floating point constants in ANSI C. Using character and string constants in ANSI C - use character and string constants in ANSI C. Using special constants and enumerators in ANSI C - use special constants and enumerators in ANSI C.
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