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    The C programming language is a standardized programming language developed in the early 1970s by Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie for use on the UNIX operating system. It has since spread to many other operating systems, and is one of the most widely used programming languages. C is prized for its efficiency, and is the most popular programming language for writing system software, though it is also used for writing applications.

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    There are 3 main uses for the static.
    
    1. If you declare within a function: It retains the value between function calls
    
    2. If it is declared for a function name: By default function is extern..so it will be visible from other files if the function declaration is as static..it is invisible for the outer files 
    
    3. Static for global variables: By default we can use the global variables from outside files If it is static global..that variable is limited to with in the file.
    
    
    #include <stdio.h>
    int t = 10;  
    main(){
    int x = 0; 
    void funct1();
    funct1();            
    printf("After first call \n");
    funct1();            
    printf("After second call \n");
    funct1();            
    printf("After third call \n");
    }
    void funct1()
    {
        static int y = 0;  
        int z = 10;             
        printf("value of y %d z %d",y,z);
        y=y+10;
    } 
    
    value of y 0 z 10 After first call value of y 10 z 10 After second call value of y 20 z 10 After third call

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    C has three types of storage: automatic, static and allocated.  Variable having block scope and without static specifier have automatic storage duration. 
    
    Variables with block scope, and with static specifier have static scope. Global variables (i.e, file scope) with or without the the static specifier also have static scope.  Memory obtained from calls to malloc(), alloc() or realloc() belongs to allocated storage class.

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    You can’t declare a static variable without defining it as well (this is because the storage class modifiers static and extern are mutually exclusive). A static variable can be defined in a header file, but this would cause each source file that included the header file to have its own private copy of the variable, which is probably not what was intended.

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    Yes. The const modifier means that this code cannot change the value of the variable, but that does not mean that the value cannot be changed by means outside this code. 
    
    The function itself did not change the value of the timer, so it was declared const. However, the value was changed by hardware on the computer, so it was declared volatile. If a variable is both const and volatile, the two modifiers can appear in either order.

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