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char


The char keyword is used for indicating the variable is of the type character.

Syntax:
char variable;


Example:

int main() {

        char capital = 'A';
        char *company = "Well House Consultants";

        printf ("The letter is %c.\n",capital);
        printf ("The company is %s.\n",company);

        char *oldcompany = company;
        capital+=5;  /* Move up the alphabet */
        company+=5;  /* Move up the string */
        printf ("The letter is %c.\n",capital);
        printf ("The company is %s.\n",company);
        printf ("The company was %s.\n",oldcompany);

        /* Following can be dangerous. */
        /* Under modern / gcc grabs more memory for new string
        and places it at a new location */
        company = "Well House Manor and Consultants";
        printf ("The letter is %c.\n",capital);
        printf ("The company is %s.\n",company);
        printf ("The company was %s.\n",oldcompany);

        return 0;
}


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