In C, an aggregate data type that can contain constants, variables, and other structures. In C++, a structure can also contain functions and all of a structure's members are implicitly public. More generally, a collection of data elements.
The Structure data type is a set of variables, similar to a structure in the language.
In venture capital terms the type of financing that is used to finance a small business.
a collection of C data types which you want to treat as a single entity
a collection of different variables (called members) into a single type
a collection of one or more related variables of the same or different data types grouped under a single name
a collection of one or more variables grouped under a single name for easy manipulation
a collection of one or more variables, possibly of different types, grouped together under a single name for convenient handling
a collection of related data items stored in one place and can be referenced by more than one names
a collection of several variables of different types
a collection of variables referenced under one name, providing a convenient means of keeping related information together
a collection of variable types grouped together
a custom data type that combines multiple data types
a generalization of the user-defined type (UDT) supported by previous versions of Visual Basic
a grouping of variables
a group of possibly dissimilar data types and variables that can be accessed as a unit or by any of its components
a group of variables organized under one name
a group simple data (variables, etc) representing a larger similar group
a MATLAB variable-type similar to a database in that the contents are accessed by textual field designators
a neat way of condensing this type is related and repeating data
an enhanced version of the primitive data types we have used in previous lessons
an instance of a sequence of named data types collected into a template analogous to a Pascal record
a package of one or usually more variables which are grouped under a single name
a programmer-defined collection of other data types
a special case type in
a user-defined collection of variables under one name
a user defined data type
a user-defined type for which only public data is specified
a value type (in opposite to a reference type)
a variable type that allows us to combine many different variables and types and treat them as if they were one single thing
a way of grouping several different variables of the same or different types together and referring to them under a single name, a bit like an array that can hold different typed values
A set of variables that may be of different types, grouped under a single name.