What is class C IP?

An IP consist of 4 parts: AAA.BBB.CCC.DDD. So any IP under the last part will be in the same C-class. Let's see live example:

75.126.205.1 and 75.126.205.2 are in the same C-class but
75.126.205.1 and 75.126.206.1 are in two different C-classes

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