I am a newbie, can someone please clarify the difference between
"\0" and '\0' and 0 as far as C++ is concerned?? Why can't they be used inter-changeably ??
To me, when doing C/C++: 0 would digit zero, that is, a numerical value. '0' could be the character capital oh or the character zero. For example: char word = "Oxford"; char number = "01234"; Depending on typeface used 'O' may look exactly like '0' making it difficult to tell … Read More