Arrays are a form of data structure that may hold a fixed-size collection of elements of the same type in sequential order. Although an array is used to hold data, it is frequently more practical to consider it as a collection of variables of the same type.

A string is the set or collection of characters, digits, and symbols enclosed in quotation marks. We can also define a string as the array of characters. A string is always terminated by a null character i.e. (\0). \0 is important because it is only the way the string handling functions can know where the string ends.

Arrays and Strings – C Programming

In this “Arrays and Strings – C Programming” you will learn about the following topics:

  1. Introduction to Arrays
  2. Properties of Array, Advantages of Array, Disadvantage of Array, Declaring Arrays, Initializing Arrays, Accessing Array Elements
  3. One Dimensional Array
  4. Multi-Dimensional Array
  5. Differences between One Dimensional and Multi-Dimensional Array
  6. Passing Arrays as Function Arguments in C
  7. Return Array from Function in C
  8. Strings
  9. Initialization of String
  10. String Handling Function
  11. Strlen Function (), Strcpy Function (), Strcat Function (), Strcmp Function (), Strrev Function (), Strlwr Function (), Strupr Function ()




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