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    Re: literal string

    I'm very surprised because I expected university was more updated, I studied some C ( book of W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie) several years ago, in 1990, but how it's possible to start again the...
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    Re: literal string

    This is a book suggested by italian University for informatics engineering course
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    Re: literal string

    https://www.francoangeli.it/Ricerca/Scheda_Libro.aspx?ID=2602&Tipo=Libro&titolo=Introduzione+alla+programmazione+ed+elementi+di+strutture+dati+con+il+linguaggio+C%2B%2B+
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    Re: literal string

    It says: It can be used char* to define pointer which points to literal string but It cannot be used to change string.
    Afterwars It says about constant array but it's another section, there is no...
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    Re: literal string

    This one is the keyword, It's wonderful explanation.

    So it's not supported this format? char* theta ="test"; but only const char* theta ="test"; ? I got only warning but I think it's preferable to...
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    Re: literal string

    Ooops! Excuse me, can I rewrite thread into the right forum?
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    literal string

    I'm trying to understand difference among:


    char* theta ="test";

    char beta[] ="test-alpha";

    especially if I write char* theta ="test";

    Using gcc 4.7.2 I get this error: warning:...
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