It is legal to assign a number literal (octal ,decimal ,hexdecimal) (0-65535) to char.Isn't it? so what are they take as their character? Is it unicode number? If char=017; char=17; char=ox11; Are a,b,c take same character?
posted 11 years ago
Hi , Yes you can assign a number to char . char c = 97; since 97 is ascii value of a , when you print it with SOP it will print a . try it .