Tagged: Pointers to Structures


Programming in C: Structures

Structures are ways to encapsulate related data, presumably, under one data type.  This allows us to organize data that is related to each other into one place.  Otherwise, all of our data would have to exist in separate variables, and as we programmed we’d have to remember how it call connected ourselves.  This is truly prone to drastic error, and memory wise is convoluted.