Different from what? Storage classes are auto, register, static, extern and typedef (formally).
AUTO EXTERN STATIC are the storage classes in c++
advantage of storage classes
In C there are four storage classes: automatic, external, register and static.
A storage class defines the visibility and lifetime of variables or/and functions within a C Program. There are following storage classes which can be used in a C Program: auto register static extern
There are four storage classes in ca) autob) registerc) staticd) extern
Storage classes are auto, register, static, extern and typedef (formally only).
storage classes determines the part of memory where storage is allocated for an object. a scope specifies the part of the program which a variable name is visible, that is accessibility of the variable by its name. in c language there are four storage classes automatic, external, register, static.
i dont know so why are you asking me
the differente storage classices is auto,extern,register,and static storage class
The storage class specifiers in C and C++ are:autoexternmutableregisterstatictypedefA storage class specifier is used to refine the declaration of a variable, a function, and parameters
We don't. The auto storage class is the default storage class for all local variables and is therefore completely redundant in C. It exists for no other reason than that C evolved from B and inherited all its storage classes (auto, static, extern and register).