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A string in C programming is a sequence of characters that ends with the null symbol 0. char c[] = "c string" for example; By default, the compiler appends a null character 0 to the end of a sequence of characters wrapped in double quotation marks.

In C, there is no such thing as a string type. You must make use of char arrays.

The string can be described as a one-dimensional array of characters with a null ('0') at the end. To manipulate text, such as words or sentences, the character array or string is used. The array takes up one byte of memory for each character, and the last character must always be 0.

Explanation: %s prints the while character array in one go.

The traditional string declaration is as follows: string name[string length] = "string"; char string name[string length] = "string"; When declaring a C String variable, the size of the array must be specified because it is used to calculate how many characters will be stored inside the variable.

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