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Exploring constant expressions

Exploring constant expressions: Learning C
Exploring constant expressions: Learning C

The C language uses three types of constants: immediate values, constant data types, and constant expressions. An immediate value is a constant, but not that useful because it must be entered each time you use it. A constant data type is declared like any variable, though the const keyword is used and a value must be assigned immediately. Constant expressions are created by using the define preprocessor directive and they're available throughout the source code file.

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