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Why in this code sterlen() is always 0.

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asked Jun 28, 2019 by Hritik
int a[26],l=3 ,as,i;
char w[10];

    for ( i=0;i<26; i++)

    { as=w[i];
    return 0;

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answered Jul 6, 2019 by anonymous

In the above program the statement while(w[i]!='\0') is clearly telling that the w[i] is not a null character. then it contains some value between alphabetic range. so as has some number above 60 and below 97. so it will take negative index a[-x]  and that value is equal to 0 by default and it is always less than 'l. 

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