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The lexical structure of a programming language is the set of elementary rules that specifies how to write programs in that language. It is the lowest-level syntax of a language. The Lexical structure specifies variable names, the delimiter characters for comments, and how one program statement is separated from the next.
• A literal is a data value for variable that appears directly in a program.
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