Storage classes in C:

  • variable used inside a function preserve their values even after they are out of scope.
  • global variables can be used by functions of that module only.
  • global variables are initiased with value 0.
  • static functions can be accessed by function within the module.
  • Variables can be accessed by any other file in the project.
  • Variable dependancy is resolved by the linker.
  • It is the default storage class for all the varibales
  • their scope is limited to a block/function in which they are declared.
  • they are assigned garbage value wherever they declared.
  • these variables exhibit same functionality as auto variable.
  • the only difference is these variables are stored in CPU register not in RAM.
  • we cannot access the variable address using the pointers.