How to access the structure members?

How to access the structure members?
Ans:We can access the structure member with the help of . or -> operator.
First declare any structure variable:
struct book list;
Now to access any member variable write :
Structure.variable .member_variable

Example
list.title=”C programming”;
list.price=300.0;
If structure variable is pointer type then use ->
Example:
struct *list;
list->title=”C programming”;
list->price=300.0;
note : -> is similar to (*) . so you can write (*list).price=300.0;
Instead of writing srtuct book we can give a simple name by typedef keyword
e.g

typedef struct book BOOK;
BOOK *list;
list->page=400;
Or
(*list).page=400;
Member of structure are bounded to each other i.e if we sort only one member like year then automatically other member variable like title, price etc will sort.
Program:
void main()
{
int i,j;
struct book
{
char *title;
int page;
int pub_year;
float price;
};
struct book list[3],k;
//inserting the data
list[0].title="C programming";
list[0].page=300;
list[0].pub_year=1965;
list[0].price=410;
list[1].title="C coding";
list[1].page=270;
list[1].pub_year=1802;
list[1].price=200;
list[2].title="Advance c";
list[2].page=410;
list[2].pub_year=1993;
list[2].price=600;
//output before sorting
clrscr();
printf("TITLE\t\tPAGE\tPUB.\tPRICE\n\n");
for(i=0;i<3;i++)>//only sorting of page
for(i=0;i<3;i++) j="0;jlist[j+1].page)
{
k=list[j];
list[j]=list[j+1];
list[j+1]=k;
}
}
}
printf("After sorting of only page\n\n\n");
for(i=0;i<3;i++)>
Output:

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