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Keywords in C Language


When designing a compiler (eg C) in a programming language, some words are reserved for specific tasks. These words are called keywords or reserved words. Each keyword has a definite meaning and this meaning cannot be changed. Along with this, another important thing to note is that all keywords should be written in lowercase. If this is not done then the error will come in the program.


In simple terms, the words, which means "C" compiler has already been explained, are called keywords.


The following keywords or reserved words are used in the C language.



auto 

default

float

register

switch

size

break

do   

for  

return

typedef

FORTRAN

case

double

goto 

short

union

pascal

char

else 

if   

signed

unsigned

huge 

const

enum 

int  

static

void

far

continue

external

long 

struct

while

near


The above reserve words are declared as standard words to perform some predetermined function in the C compiler. For example, "break" is a keyword and cannot be used as a variable.


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