initilizing two dimensional char array
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how to initialize character array in c++

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Posted on: 30/07/2012
As you must know to initialize a char array in C++ is
- char chABCD[5] = "abcd"; // compiler appends a '' termination
- char chABCD[4] = { 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd' };

so, a 2 dimensional array is: 

char Board[3][3] = {{'x', 'x', 'o'}, {'x', 'o', 'x'}, {'x', 'x', 'o'}};

Posted on: 25/02/2016
The array of char elements called myword can be initialized with a null-terminated sequence of characters by either one of these two statements:

char myword[] = { 'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', '' };
char myword[] = "Hello"; 

In both cases, the array of characters myword is declared with a size of 6 elements of type char: the 5 characters that compose the word "Hello", plus a final null character (''), which specifies the end of the sequence and that, in the second case, when using double quotes (") it is appended automatically.
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