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16.4 Array Type Designators

Every C type has a type designator, which you make by deleting the variable name and the semicolon from a declaration (see Type Designators). The designators for array types follow this rule, but they may appear surprising.

type   int a[5];           designator   int [5]
type   double a[5][3];     designator   double [5][3]
type   struct foo *a[5];   designator   struct foo *[5]