Can someone explain this excerpt from a book I'm studying:
char phrase = "Game Over!!!";
"C-style strings terminate with a character called the null character to signify
their end. You can write the null character as ’\0’. I didn’t need to use the null
character in the previous code because it is stored at the end of the string for me."
It says the null character is stored at the end of the string. Is that what the ";" operator is doing? Where is the null character being stored at the end?
If phrase is a CHAR type, why are there quotations around it? Is that what's turning it into a string?