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Simple Declarators

In the simplest case, the identifier being declared is of one of the basic types. For that, the declarator is simply the identifier being declared. For example, the declarations

int length;
char this_character;
short small_value;

declare the type of the identifier length to be int, the type of this_character to be char, and the type of small_value to be short.

If the relationship between the identifier and the type specified in the type specifier is more complex, so is the declarator. Each type of declarator in the following sections contains exactly one identifier, and that is the identifier being declared.



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