At this point we introduce C enumerations. Enumerations is another data type that is defined by the user. An enumeration consists of integral constants.

At this point we introduce C enumerations. Enumerations is another data type that is defined by the user. An enumeration consists of integral constants.

At this point we introduce C enumerations. Enumerations is another data type that is defined by the user. An enumeration consists of integral constants.

At this point we introduce C enumerations. Enumerations is another data type that is defined by the user. An enumeration consists of integral constants.

At this point we introduce C enumerations. Enumerations is another data type that is defined by the user. An enumeration consists of integral constants.

At this point, we introduce C pointers. Pointers, are one of the most powerful characteristics in C. Pointers, are variables that can hold memory locations.

At this point we introduce C enumerations. Enumerations is another data type that is defined by the user. An enumeration consists of integral constants.