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Can you explain the structure of a C program?

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Answered 2009-03-08 14:17:30

Something like this:

program -> <empty>

program -> type-definition program

program -> type-declaration program

program -> variable-definition program

program -> variable-declaration program

program -> function-definition program

program -> function-declaration program

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