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What is the difference declaring the structure of union and typedef?

Advance-C Union-and-Typedef 04-05 min 0-10 sec 20-05-20, 6:01 p.m. enprabhu@gmail.com

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Union is a data type that allows you to store different data types in the same memory location, i.e., the program can use any one data type at a time. 

Typedef can be used to give a new name for the extisting types. 
For example, consider the definition given below in your program
typedef int INTEGER;  

Now, you can use 
INTEGER a1, a2;
which will be the same as
int a1,a2;
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