Introduction to C Language and Programming (Part II How To Use Variables)

How to use Variables

When you are programming, you want to show and store information, to do

that, you have to have Variables, you can input data and store in variables. In
programming, Few Variables types are available, there are some choices, it will
depend on the data type which you are going to use and input to a variable.
Int     = Int can store integers (Numbers can be stored but it
cannot store decimal numbers)
Char  = Char and store single character
Float  = float can store number with decimal
You tell the compiler that I’m going to use this variable as this type or that
type or whatever, then only compile can identify about the variable.

Syntax of the declaring a variable:
Ex :
int myFrist;
my1, my2, myName;

Here we have declared three variables by dividing commas, you can have
multiple variables, but names must be different.
           char my1, my2, myName;
When we are naming the variables, you have to use camel case. It
means when we are declaring a variable, we have to start the name of the
variable by using Simple letter, but we can combine two words by using Capital
letter as like below, you will see the camel 🙂


I hope you could have an idea about it, and also we must know, we cannot
declare a variable starting from a number like below.
Int 123xy;

Char 124gh;
Those are wrong and cannot use as variables, after declare the variable,
you have to close it by using semicolon, and then it will ready for using.
int main()
    int x;
    x = 10;
    printf( “The Number is %d: “, x);

    return 0;}

When you are declaring a variable, you must know, you have to declare it
first, or else it won’t be able to show the information that you have stored in
the variable, and also there will be an error, because you cannot use a
variable name without declare it first, try below example and you will

Below program is not valid that is only an example:
int main()
     printf( “The Number is %d: “, x);
     int x = 10;

    return 0;

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