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What are the different ways in which we can declare strings in C ?

Ravinder Singh
Posted on : Mon, Feb 19, 2018
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There different ways to  declare string in c.

1.initilized unsized array of character-  Array length is not specified while initilizing character array using the approach .array length is automatically calculated by complier  indiviual character  are written inside in single quates.

example: char name[]={'h','e','l','l','o,'\o'};

2.initilized string directly-  directly assigning string to variable by writting text in double quotes.

example: char name="hello";

3.initilized string using character pointer-   variable pointer type so that it can hold the base address of "string".base address means address of first array element .

char*name="hello"; 

 

Jaspreet kaur
Tue, Feb 20, 2018
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