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int main()
<span style="white-space: pre;">\t</span>
  char strname[30]="Spoken-Tutorial";
<span style="white-space: pre;">\t</span>char s[]={'a','b','c'};
  printf("The string is %s\\n", strname);
<span style="white-space: pre;">\t</span>printf("String: %s\\n",s); 
  return 0;

For the above code output is following:
The string is Spoken-Tutorial
String: abcSpoken-Tutorial

Why string s is containing such value?

C-and-Cpp Strings 02-03 min 10-20 sec 29-02-20, 3:13 p.m. Himani.Parekh


In C you need to terminate a string with a 'null' character.  The above program can also produce a segmentation fault on some machines, as the string s is not null terminated.
29-02-20, 4:20 p.m. bhaskar76

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