What is the explanation for the cyclic nature of data types in C?

Trainee Asked on November 4, 2019 in C Language.
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Some of the data types in C have special characteristic nature when a developer assigns value beyond the range of the data type. There will be no compiler error and the value change according to a cyclic order. This is called cyclic nature and char, int, long int data types have this property. Further float, double and long double data types do not have this property.

This is called cyclic nature and char, int, long int data types have this property. Further float, double and long double data types do not have this property.

Reviewer Answered on November 4, 2019.
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