A string enclosed within single quotes.
Or literal string, string constant. A string of characters enclosed with double quotation marks ("). Any character from the source character set is allowed, except that a double quotation mark inside the string must be preceded by the backslash, or escape, character (\). Like other constants, string literals do not change in a program. See also character constant.
a double-quote delimited sequence of zero or more printable characters, whitespace, and escape characters
an array of characters that receives an initial value of the characters that are included in the string
a sequence of characters (as defined in lex
a sequence of characters between quotation marks, such as "string" or "literal"
a sequence of characters between two double-quote characters, or an identifier following a single-quote character
a sequence of characters delimited by double quote ( " ) characters
a sequence of character surrounded by double quotes "
a sequence of Unicode characters enclosed within double quote characters, e
a sequence of zero or more characters enclosed by single quotes
a series of characters enclosed in string delimiters
a word or phrase that is typed inside of double quotes
A string of characters and escape sequences delimited by single quotation marks (' ') or double quotation marks (" ").
A contiguous sequence of zero or more characters enclosed in double quotation marks that is itself data, rather than a reference to data.
n. A sequence of characters between double quotes in source code. Used to initialize an array of char, or to request an anonymous array containing a constant string (which will generally be accessed by the pointer which the anonymous array decays to). See question 1.32.