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is durable,
requires minimal maintenance,
is fire-resistant,
is recyclable,

and can be very cost-effective.

it resists rot

it resists bugs

it rarely gets hail damage (Steel siding is rarely damaged by hail. However, certain aluminum siding is highly susceptible to hail damage.)

is sold to some contractors painted, on a coil, and can be manufactured on site without seams

In the C programming language, an external variable is a variable defined outside any function block. On the other hand, a local (automatic) variable is a variable defined inside a function block.
As an alternative to automatic variables, it is possible to define variables that are external to all functions, that is, variables that can be accessed by name by any function. (This mechanism is rather like Fortran COMMON or Pascal variables declared in the outermost block.) Because external variables are globally accessible, they can be used instead of argument lists to communicate data between functions. Furthermore, because external variables remain in existence permanently, rather than appearing and disappearing as functions are called and exited, they retain their values even after the functions that set them have returned.


To understand how external variables relate to the extern keyword, it is necessary to know the difference between defining and declaring a variable.
When you define a variable, you are telling the compiler to allocate memory for that variable, and possibly also to initialize its contents to some value.
When you declare a variable, you are telling the compiler that the variable was defined elsewhere. You are just telling the compiler that a variable by that name and type exists, but the compiler should not allocate memory for it since it is done somewhere else.



The extern keyword means “declare without defining”. In other words, it is a way to explicitly declare a variable, or to force a declaration without a definition.

It is also possible to explicitly define a variable, i.e. to force a definition. It is done by assigning an initialization value to a variable.

If neither the extern keyword nor an initialization value are present, the statement can be either a declaration or a definition. It is up to the compiler to analyse the modules of the program and decide.

A variable must be defined once in one of the modules of the program. If there is no definition or more than one, an error is produced, possibly in the linking stage.

A variable may be declared many times, as long as the declarations are consistent with each other and with the definition. It may be declared in many modules, including the module where it was defined, and even many times in the same module. But it is usually pointless to declare it more than once in a module.

An external variable may also be declared inside a function. In this case you must use the extern keyword, otherwise the compiler will consider it a definition of a local variable, which has a different scope, lifetime and initial value. This declaration will only be visible inside the function.

The extern keyword applied to a function prototype does absolutely nothing. A function prototype is always a declaration and never a definition. Also, in ANSI C, a function is always external, but some compiler extensions and newer C standards allow a function to be defined inside a function.

An external variable must be defined, exactly once, outside of any function; this sets aside storage for it. The variable must also be declared in each function that wants to access it; this states the type of the variable. The declaration may be an explicit extern statement or may be implicit from context. … You should note that we are using the words definition and declaration carefully when we refer to external variables in this section. Definition refers to the place where the variable is created or assigned storage; declaration refers to places where the nature of the variable is stated but no storage is allocated.

The C Programming Language

edit] Scope, lifetime and the static keyword An external variable can be accessed by all the functions in all the modules of a program. It is a global variable. For a function to be able to use the variable, a declaration or the definition of the external variable must lie before the function definition in the source code. Or there must be a declaration of the variable, with the keyword extern, inside the function.
The static keyword, applied to the definition of the variable, changes this a bit: the variable can only be accessed by the functions in the same module where it was defined. But it is possible for a function in the same module to pass a reference (pointer) of the variable to another function in another module. In this case, even though the function is in another module, it can read and modify the contents of the variable.
External variables are allocated and initialized when the program starts, and the memory is only released when the program ends. Its lifetime is the same as the program’s.




Definition, declaration and the extern keyword


Metal sidings are very energy-intensive to manufacture.

They do not provide insulation for the structure.

Metals are a non-renewable resource in the sense that they are a finite resource (the earth cannot get any more of them than it already has). (However, metals are often recycled, so they are renewable in the sense of recycling.)

They often have to be shipped long distances from point of manufacture to point of use.

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