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String-Literal


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A string can be said as a sequence of characters or bytes, which is enclosed in (‘) single quotes or (“) double quotes.

Example: ‘String’, “String”.

Two Strings mentioned separately in single or double quotes are considered as two single strings.

Example: ‘Single’ ‘String’.



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