In C++, to escape characters like “\n” we use an extra “\”. From C++ 11, we can use raw strings in which escape characters (like \n \t or \” ) are not processed. The syntax of raw string is that the literal starts with R”( and ends in )”.
Let’s see an example to see raw string literal in C++:
Geeks. For. Geeks. Geeks.\nFor.\nGeeks.\n
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