What is the difference between “char a” and “char a”?
Question Source: Aricent Interview
Although both expressions can be used to create a variable to store one character, there are following differences.
1) “char a” represents a character variable and “char a” represents a char array of size 1.
2) If we print value of char a, we get ASCII value of the character (if %d is used). And if we print value of char a, we get address of the only element in array.
65 An address
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