5 years ago in C Structures And Unions

A -> B is syntactically correct if?

[A] a and b are structure
[B] a is a structure and b is a pointer to structure
[C] a is a pointer to structure and b is a structure
[D] a is a pointer to structure in which b is a field
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Subashini N
Subashini N - 1 month ago

Subashini N is saying a is a structure and b is a pointer to structure is correct answer

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Deep - 1 month ago

Deep from Kolkata, India is saying a is a pointer to structure and b is a structure is correct answer

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indhuja indhuja - 4 months ago

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LOBE CRACKHEADS - 4 months ago

LOBE CRACKHEADS from Anand, India is saying a is a pointer to structure and b is a structure is correct answer

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Gayatri Santosh Bhole - 6 months ago

Gayatri Santosh Bhole from Nagpur, India is saying a is a pointer to structure and b is a structure is correct answer

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