C – Structure and Function2 min read

Just like any other variables that are passed in a function, structure can also be pas structs to functions. But before that you must go through the following topics in C.

Passing structures to functions

While passing a structure we may pass the members of the structure or we can pass the structure variable itself. See the example below.


The variable of the structure (s1) itself is passed into the display_function function as an argument.

How to return a struct from a function

Go through the following example to see how a structure is returned from the function.


As you can see in the example, a separate structure variable (s) is declared inside the function (stud_detail()), and after entering all the information of the student, s is returned and displayed in the main function.


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