What is the right way to access value of structure variable book{ price, page }?

A. printf("%d%d", book.price, book.page);

B. printf("%d%d", price.book, page.book);

C. printf("%d%d"< price::book< page::book);

D. printf("%d%d", price>book, page>book);

You can do it
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