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Defining more than one variable with the same data type

The following statements are allowed but do not look professional.             int...

The following statements are allowed but do not look professional.

            int x ;

               int y ;

               int z ;

In C++, you can define more than one variable with the same data type in a single statement. To do this, you simply list the variable names separated by commas, followed by the data type. Here’s the syntax:

data_type variable1, variable2, …, variableN;

Each variable listed will have the specified data type. For example, to define three integer variables named x, y, and z, you would write:

int x, y, z;

In this example, all three variables x, y, and z are of type int, which means they can store whole number values.

You can also define and initialize multiple variables with the same data type in a single statement:

int a = 10, b = 20, c = 30;

 

Here, variables a, b, and c are defined and initialized with the values 10, 20, and 30, respectively.

Using this syntax, you can quickly define multiple variables of the same data type in one line, which can make your code more concise and easier to read. However, it’s essential to choose meaningful variable names to improve code readability and maintainability.