Memory representation of char in c

Example:

Memory representation of: signed char a=7;

Binary equivalent of data 7 in eight bit:  00000111
Data bit: 0000111 (Take first seven bit form right side)
Sign bit: 0       (Take leftmost one bit)
In memory:








Introduction
List of data types
Primitive data types in c
Modifiers of data types in c
List of modifiers in c
Default modifiers of data types in c
Default data of modifiers in c
Rules of using modifiers in c
Possibles modifiers of given data types in c
Size modifier in c
Size of data types in c
Sign modifier in c
Range of data types in c
Easy way to remember limit of data types in c
Const modifiers in c
Pointers modifier in c
Function modifier in c
Interrupt modifier in c
Volatile modifier in c
Fundamental data types in c
Memory representation of char in c
Memory representation of signed char in c
Memory representation of int in c
Memory representation of signed int in c
Memory representation of double in c

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