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String handling by pointers

Posted By: Alice Hughes     Category: C Programming     Views: 7663

Write a program using pointers to determine the length of a character string.

Code for String handling by pointers in C Programming

       char  *name;                                                 
       int   length;                                                
       char  *cptr = name;                                          
       name  = "DELHI";                               
       printf (“%s\n”, name);              
       while(*cptr != '\0')                                         
           printf("%c is stored at address %u\n", *cptr, cptr);     
       length = cptr - name;                                        
       printf("\nLength of the string = %d\n", length);             
   D is stored at address 54                                        
   E is stored at address 55                                        
   L is stored at address 56                                        
   H is stored at address 57                                       
   I is stored at address 58                                        
       Length of the string = 5  

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