Size of all elements in a union should be same.

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2.1 A structure can contain pointer to itself.
2.2 Size of all elements in a union should be same.
2.3 Size of a pointer is equal to the data type it points to.
2.4 In ‘C’, the compiler does not check if the subscript used for an array exceeds size of the array.
2.5 A ‘for’ loop in ‘C’ has three statements, namely, assignment, test and increment statements.
2.6 cout and cin can be used for output and input respectively in ‘C’ language.
2.7 The default initial value of a static int variable is zero.
2.8 Binary search can be easily performed on a linked list.
2.9 A function name can be passed as an argument to another function.
2.10 A ‘C’ function can contain many return statements.

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