Creating Instances of StructsCreating Instances of Structs

In the previous chapter, we learned how to define a structure. However, the definition serves as only a blueprint, specifying how data is stored in an instance of that structure.

An instance of a structure is essentially a variable with the structure as its data type. Since it's a variable, data can be stored and modified within it.

Consider the following example of the Person structure from the previous chapter:



We can create an instance of Person using the following syntax:




In code, the structure must be defined before its instances are created.


How would you create an instance called stud1 of the following class:

Select the correct answer

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