by Dinesh Thakur Category: Array Pointer and Union

 

#include <iostream.h>

#include<conio.h>
#include <string.h>
struct student
{
       char firstName[20];
       char lastName[20];
       char SSN[10];
       float gpa;
 };
             void main()
         {
               clrscr();
                struct student st1 ;
                strcpy(st1.firstName, "Dinesh");
                strcpy(st1.lastName, "Thakur");
                strcpy(st1.SSN, "228378" );
                st1.gpa = 22009.20;
                cout<<"First Name: "<< st1.firstName<<endl;             
                cout<<"Last Name:"<<st1.lastName<<endl;
                cout<<"SNN : "<<st1.SSN<<endl;
                cout<<"GPA: "<<st1.gpa<<endl;
                getch();
         }

read and write the student data by using structure



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