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November 2019

— Because char* doesn't exist


Char* var, char * var, char *var are all the same but you should prefer char* because it shows more that it is a pointer to a char type!

— What?

— What are you, silly?

— It’s just a sign, these are the same types

— She's right it exists

— Okay bro

— Olryt dear thanks

— Maybe you have never seen char* before? Are you learning c++? Maybe the tutorials use a other conversion

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— char * variable;

— Lol

— Yes am learning, that's why I need to challenge to clear out my slight mistakes