The ASCII or EBCDIC character with the hex value 00 (all bits turned off). It is used to represent the absence of a printed or displayed character. This character is named NUL in the portable character set.
An unprintable character that occupies an unused position in a font.
A null character is a character with all its bits set to zero. Therefore, it ...
The character hex 00 used to represent the absence of a displayed or printed character.
The ASCII character encoded as the value 0.
(1.) The hex 00 character used to represent the absence of a printed or displayed character. (2.) A control character used to accomplish media-fill or time-fill that can be inserted into or removed from a sequence of characters without affecting the meaning of the sequence. (3.)A control character used to delimit a string of characters.
The character that is represented by X'00'.
The null character (also null terminator) is a character with the value zero, present in the ASCII and Unicode character sets, and available in nearly all mainstream programming languages. The original meaning of this character was like NOP — when sent to a printer or a terminal, it does nothing (some terminals, however, incorrectly display it as space). On punched tapes, this character is represented with no holes at all, so a new unpunched tape is initially filled with null characters.