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"token" "token sequence" "scalar variable" "vector" ??

Hi, can someone tell me what the following words mean as per C/clc:

1) token

2) token sequence

3) scalar variable

4) vector

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"G Fernandes" <ge.fernandes@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi, can someone tell me what the following words mean as per C/clc:
>
> 1) token
>

Section A.1.1(of c99):

    keyword
    identifier
    constant
    string-literal
    punctuator

> 2) token sequence

Think any allowable combination of the above mentioned tokens.
e.g., const volatile int *x;

>
> 3) scalar variable

An object whose type is scalar type. That is, one of arithmetic type
or pointer type.

>
> 4) vector
>

Think ``array''.



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j


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