Illustration of subscripted structure variables , ARRAYS OF STRUCTURES

```struct marks
{
int  sub1;
int  sub2;
int  sub3;
int  total;
};
main()
{
int  i;
struct marks student[3] =  {{45,67,81,0},
{75,53,69,0},
{57,36,71,0}};
struct marks total;
for(i = 0; i <= 2; i++)
{
student[i].total = student[i].sub1 +
student[i].sub2 +
student[i].sub3;
total.sub1 = total.sub1 + student[i].sub1;
total.sub2 = total.sub2 + student[i].sub2;
total.sub3 = total.sub3 + student[i].sub3;
total.total = total.total + student[i].total;
}
printf(\" STUDENT          TOTAL\\n\\n\");
for(i = 0; i <= 2; i++)
printf(\"Student[%d]      %d\\n\", i+1,student[i].total);
printf(\"\\n SUBJECT          TOTAL\\n\\n\");
printf(\"%s       %d\\n%s       %d\\n%s       %d\\n\",
\"Subject 1   \", total.sub1,
\"Subject 2   \", total.sub2,
\"Subject 3   \", total.sub3);

printf(\"\\nGrand Total = %d\\n\", total.total);
}

Output

STUDENT           TOTAL
Student[1]         193
Student[2]         197
Student[3]         164

SUBJECT           TOTAL
Subject 1          177
Subject 2          156
Subject 3          221

Grand Total  = 554
```

Didn't find what you were looking for? Find more on Illustration of subscripted structure variables , ARRAYS OF STRUCTURES