Originally posted by Burkhard Hassel:
you may find it interesting that these "forbidden chars" don't even compile in a comment:
this class does not compile.
Originally posted by Raghavan Muthu:
... Since it appears within the comment, the presence of such character really does NOT make sense right?
Originally posted by marc weber:
It might make sense. For example...
//Use \u000A for new line
But it won't compile.
Himai Minh wrote:A character is actually a 16-bit integer.
You can assign an integer to a character.
You can also assign a float to an integer. The float has 64-bit. A character has 16-bit.A float has enough space to hold a character.
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