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Can structures be passed to the functions by value? If yes, how?

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Can structures be passed to the functions by value? If yes, how?
posted Dec 24, 2013 by Prachi Agarwal

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yes we can.
The whole structure is passed to another function by value. It means the whole structure is passed to another function with all members and their values. So,structure can be accessed from called function.

struct student
{
int id;
char name[20];
float percentage;
};

void func(struct student record);

int main()
{
struct student record;

        record.id=1;
        strcpy(record.name, "Raju");
        record.percentage = 86.5;

        func(record);
        return 0;

}

void func(struct student record)
{
printf(" Id is: %d \n", record.id);
printf(" Name is: %s \n", record.name);
printf(" Percentage is: %f \n", record.percentage);
}

Output:
Id is: 1
Name is: Raju
Percentage is: 86.500000

answer Jan 2, 2014 by Sandeep
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