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Character array c / character array java

Character array in c and character array in java can be implemented in two ways:
1. Character array using pointers: 
Using pointer you can assign a string value to a character array however it will still work as an character array not as a string. The pointer will point to the first index of your assigned string.
char *arr=”hello”;
char *arr;
printf(“%c”, arr);


You can also use it for string array:-

OUTPUT: hello ello llo
2. Character array using Default Datatypes:-
Character array in Java:-
We have a String datatype so no problem at all. You can just implement the array using string datatype in array. 

String a[]={“character”,”array”,”in”,”java”}; for(i=0;i<5;i++) { System.out.println(a[i]); }


character array in java

Character array in C:- It is almost similar to that in Java but there we have to use char datatype.

char a[4][10]={“character”,”array”,”in”,”c”}; for(i=0;i<4;i++) { printf(“%s\n “,a[i]); }

OUTPUT: character array in c

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