Basic data type in cpp, C/C++ Programming

Basic Data type:

There are three type of data type in C++

1.      Primary Data type:- Example: float, double, character, void, integer

2.      Boolean and wide character.

3 Derived Data type:- Example: function, array, pointer, reference

4 User-defined data type:- Example: union, structure, class, enumerated

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