A declaration float a, b; occupies ___ of memory

A. 1 byte

B. 4 bytes

C. 8 bytes

D. 16 bytes

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  1. # define PI = 8;' is the correct declaration of macros.
  2. The printf() function retunes which value when an error occurs?
  3. unsigned char has a range from 0 to ------------
  4. Each pass through a loop is called a/an
  5. The output of the following code is: #define sqr(x= x*x) main() {int a = 10, b = 5; printf("%d, %d",…
  6. the value *(&i) is same as printing the value of address of i.
  7. Operation between an integer and float always yields a float result.
  8. When is std::bad_alloc exception thrown?
  9. It is necessary to initialize the array at the time of declaration.
  10. A pointer is an indication of the variable to be accessed next.
  11. Which of the following is not recommended in a header file?
  12. The main() function can be called from any other function.
  13. C programs are converted into machine language with the help of
  14. The array 'char name[10] can consist of a maximum of 9 characters.
  15. unsigned' is a valid variable name.
  16. Identify the wrong statement
  17. Variables declared as register storage type gets stored in CPU registers.
  18. What's wrong? (x = 4 && y = 5) ? (a = 5) ; (b = 6);
  19. The output of the following code is: void main() { static int a = 1, b, c;if (a>=2) b=2; c=3;printf("%d\t%d",…
  20. If the class name is X, what is the type of its “this” pointer (in a nonstatic, non-const…
  21. The expression "int i = j = k = 0;" is invalid.
  22. Which of the following is invalid?
  23. Expression 4**3 evaluates to 64.
  24. C programming language was developed by
  25. C is a ___ language
  26. The expression (i + j)++ is illegal.
  27. The output of the following code is: void main() {int a = 1, b=2; int *ip; ip=&a; b=*ip; printf("%d",…
  28. Character data types cannot be declared as unsigned.
  29. The contents of a file opened in 'r+' mode cannot be changed.
  30. The output of the following code is: main() { int sub[50]; for(i=0; i<=48;i++) { sub[i]=i; printf("%d",…