Null Character

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The null character (or null terminator) belongs to control characters. It has ASCII code 0x00 and Unicode code u+0000. In C it is symbolized as "\0". It is used mainly to null-terminate strings. Usually, when writing non-null terminated strings to video memory, the letter 'S' is sometimes printed. Also can be others weirds combinations.

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