Structure And Union Quiz

Welcome to another exciting quiz on C programming! In this blog post, we will explore the concepts of structure and union in C, two powerful features that can greatly enhance your programming skills. Whether you are new to these concepts or already familiar with them, there’s something here for everyone. So, let’s dive in!

Structure And Union : An Overview

A structure is a user-defined composite data type in C that allows you to combine different data types into a single entity. It enables you to create more complex data structures by grouping related data together. For example, let’s say you want to store information about a student, including their name, age, and grade. You can use a structure to define a “student” data type with these fields.

Topics Covered

Throughout our learning journey, we have explored the following
As part of our learning journey, we have covered several essential topics, including:

  1. Structure
  2. Union

To reinforce our understanding of these concepts, we have created a series of topic-wise quizzes.

Start learning through our Topic-wise Quiz to reinforce understanding of key concepts and programming principles. By going back over the questions and answers, learners can solidify their understanding of fundamental concepts and identify any gaps in their knowledge. This can help them to better grasp more complex programming topics in the future.


1Structure & Union Quiz
2Get Started Quiz
3Flow control Quiz
4Functions Quiz
5Arrays Quiz
6Pointers Quiz
7String Quiz
8File Handling Quiz
9Enumeration Quiz
10Preprocessor Quiz



In this blog post, we explored the concepts of structure and union in C programming. We learned about the definition and usage of structures and unions, as well as how to access their members. These powerful features can greatly enhance your programming skills and allow you to create more complex data structures. So, whether you are a beginner or an experienced programmer, understanding structures and unions is essential. Now it’s time to put your knowledge into practice and create amazing programs using these concepts. Happy coding!