A variable's scope and lifespan are represented by its storage class. It also shows you who and from where you can access a variable. In a C program, there are four separate storage classes: auto, extern, register, and static. In the C programming language, a storage class specifier is used to specify variables, functions, and parameters.
In C++, there are four different storage classes: automatic, register, static, and external.
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