Florida State College at Jacksonville Programming Project


Call the executable memact.Create pointers for a character, a string, an integer, a floating point number, an array of 10 integers, and a struct for a fraction.For each pointer (6 of them), dynamically allocate the memory and then assign values as follows. You can use malloc and or calloc.Use a name for the string (array of characters).Use 25 for the integer.The character should be an ‘E’.The floating point number should be 32.76The array of integers should be the numerals 0 through 9.The struct should have a numerator of 3 and a denominator of 4.Print out values for all the dynamically allocated variables.Free all dynamically allocated memory.Submit the image of the program running and submit the .c fileOutput should look something like:Character: E
Integer: 25
String: Albert
Floating Point: 32.76
Array of Integers: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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