Yeah, but he still he understood everything differently, judging by his posts, he thinks that a char is a way to put a number in program by using a 'letter' (example: a) to specify a certain number, like another way to put numbers. Thats why he obviosly doesn't get it, and thats why I stated everything again.Originally posted by quzah
Well the first two responses cleared this up for him.
Also true, but I also learned about this a while after I learned of ''strings''. Its good that you put it on a side note, because I really feel that is also a little complicated for now. So if your don't get it now, don't worry, you'll understand it later on!Originally posted by quzah On a side note, a char does not hold a string. A char holds one single character. An array of characters can be used to old a string, also, a character pointer which points to allocated space can be used for strings. However, a single char does not hold a string. Just to be picky.