What is a token in C Language?
The Token is an identifier. It can be constant, keyword, string literal, etc. A token is the smallest individual unit in a program. C has the following tokens:
- Identifiers: Identifiers refer to the name of the variables.
- Keywords: Keywords are the predefined words that are explained by the compiler.
- Constants: Constants are the fixed values that cannot be changed during the execution of a program.
- Operators: An operator is a symbol that performs the particular operation.
- Special characters: All the characters except alphabets and digits are treated as special characters.