C – Initialization of Structure

Structure initialization:

  • Like Primitive types and Arrays, we can assign values directly to structure variables at the time of declaration.
    • struct identity var = {val1, val2, val3 …};
  • Accessor (dot operator): We must access the locations of structure through dot(.) operator
struct Employee
            int id;
            char name[20];
            float salary;     
int main()
            struct Employee e = {101, “amar”, 35000};
            printf(“Employee id : %d \n”, e.id);
            printf(“Employee name : %s \n”, e.name);
            printf(“Employee salary : %f \n”, e.salary);
            return 0;          
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