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NULL is a built in constant which has a value of 0. It is also the same as the character '\0' used to terminate strings in C Null can also be the value of a pointer which is really the same as 0 unless the CPU supports a special bit pattern for a null pointer.

Syntax:
char variable_name = null;


Example:

char a = null;


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