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- December 31, 2018 at 10:39 am #51020
Null termination works for strings because there is a tightly defined encoding set, be it ASCII, Unicode or whatever. Simply put, a char is an integral type which has one state which is conveniently the empty character. When inspecting a null-terminated int array. We know we have hit the end of the array when we encounter an int object which stores a zero.
This works until you want to store a zero somewhere in your array.
You can’t disambiguate a “valid zero” from an “end of array zero,” at least you can’t with a simple integer type.
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