Scalar data types are not supported by ‘C’ language.

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2.1 Scalar data types are not supported by ‘C’ language.
2.2 ‘C’ language allows arrays of any dimensions.
2.3 A structure cannot be read as a single entity.
2.4 The associativity of operator ! is from left to right. .
2.5 J++ executes faster than J+1 because ++ is faster than +.
2.6 Two structures cannot be compared automatically.
2.7 The code "a[i] = i++;" is valid and will execute.
2.8 Arrays automatically allocate space when declared.
2.9 sizeof(‘a’) is not 1.
2.10 Float value can be added to a pointer.

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