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Struct uses all the memory of its member and union uses the largest members memory space
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Differences between structure and union in C are presented in the following table. Structure and union are different in some ways yet they are conceptually same and have following similarities too:

Both are container data types and can contain objects of any type, including other structures and unions or arrays as their members.

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