— Or string class oror may be try more basic .char array
— If i isn't equal to n-1, that condition will evaluate to false which would be the 0th index, so " ", but if i is equal to n-1, then that condition will evaluate to true, which is 1, so it'll access the element at index 1 which is "\n"
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— Why it is only valid for last index??
— Because n-1 doesn't change and so the only time that'd be valid is when the loop is on the last iteration
What if i want to print a random index char from string other than last index "abcd" c to be printed??
— What should condition be like?
— So you just want to print a random character from the string?
— Giv simple example
— Hello world
— This is a C++ chat not a hacking chat
— I am sorry I just get angry at script kiddies. Stupid questions like “how do I hack wifi” or “can I use someone else credit card for Netflix, can they track me” I am sorry but that one killed me