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C Constants are also like normal variables. But, only difference is, their values can not be modified by the program once they are defined. Constants refer to fixed values. They are also called as literals Constants may be belonging to any of the data type. Syntax: const data_type variable_name; (or) const data_type *variable_name; Types of C constant: Integer constants Real or Floating point constants Octal & Hexadecimal constants Character constants String constants Backslash character constants S.no Constant type data type Example 1 Integer constants int unsigned int long int long long int 53, 762, -478 etc 5000u, 1000U etc 483,647 2,147,483,680 2 Real or Floating point constants float doule 10.456789 600.123456789 3 Octal constant int 013 /* starts with 0 */ 4 Hexadecimal constant int 0×90 /* starts with 0x */ 5 character constants char ‘A’ , ‘B’, ‘C’ 6 string constants char “ABCD” , “Hai”

Syntax:
const variable-name [ = value];


Example:

const my_age = 32;


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