Strings in C

by Yogesh Khanna 24-Aug-18

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Strings are a group of an array of characters. Followed by null ('\0) character at the end of a string.

The Syntax for a String is below:
char String-name[size of String];

The Example for a String is the following:

char string[25];               //Statement 1

Note: The character array can hold twenty-five characters at a time.

Another example of a String is the following:

#include <stdio.h>
int main () {
char greeting[3] = {'H', 'i', '\0'};
printf("Message: %s\n", greeting );
return 0;
}

Result:
Message: Hi



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