Learn how to use string type variables and pointers in your program.
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A character array (often known as a string) is a sequence of characters stored together that are terminated by a null character
\0. Programming languages use them to manipulate text such as words and sentences.
A group of characters can be stored in a character array, just as a group of integers can be stored in an integer array.
Strings can be declared in the following manner:
They can be initialized in the following manner:
char c = "hello world"