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i have to define byte array in C/C++
I searched net and found various examples,so confused which one is correct:-
Out of these which one is correct?
unsigned char bytes[]=0x43,0x4d,0x30,0x30,0x0f,0x0D};
 
const char data3[]={0x43,0x4d,0x30,0x30,0xf0,0x0D};
 
char data[4]="CM00";
Posted 14-Sep-12 18:59pm
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If you have a compiler, you can easily figure this out. If this is some kind stupid interview/test question, this is the abuse(, too :-)).
--SA
Mohibur Rashid 15-Sep-12 3:22am
   
First of all your code is incorrect. secondly there is few issue you will have learn at the beginning of c programming. I believe you are still beginner. you better study more
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Solution 3

All of them are valid (of course, in the first one, the open curly brace is missing).
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Richard Deeming 2-Dec-14 9:27am
   
This is a question from September 2012.
CPallini 2-Dec-14 11:35am
   
OK, it took me a while to answer, so?
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Solution 1

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Solution 2

byte test[5]={0xb4,0xaf,0x98,0x1a,0xb5};
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CPallini 2-Dec-14 8:58am
   
This is plain wrong, C/C++ have no 'byte' as builtin type.

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