Differences between structures and arrays

          

Structures and arrays


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C - differences between structures and arrays - Jan 11, 2010 at 17:20 PM by Vidya sagar

List out differences between structures and arrays

The following are the differences between structures and arrays:

- Array elements are homogeneous. Structure elements are of different data type. 
- Array allocates static memory and uses index / subscript for accessing elements of the array. Structures allocate dynamic memory and uses (.) operator for accessing the member of a structure.
- Array is a pointer to the first element of it. Structure is not a pointer
- Array element access takes less time in comparison with structures.     

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