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Unformatted text preview: < c+1 << endl; Expected output Actual output Input a letter: d The next letter in ASCII is: e Input a letter: d The next letter in ASCII is: 101 Press any key to continue . . . Press any key to continue . . . Question 2. Significance of the null character '\0' Complete the code below: • Output a cstring char by char void my_cout(const char s, int n) { int i=0; while (_______________) { cout << s[i]; i++; } } /* Output the cstring s char by char */ The above explains how '\0' in cstrings are actually applied in most operations. • Display / Remove the last character in a cstring (ie. The character before '\0') (i) void display_last(const char s, int n) { } Note: (ii) void remove_last(const char s, int n) { } In real practice, we often pass cstrings as char *s or const char *s instead of char s[ ] or const char s[ ]. We will know more in our next lesson. 3/3...
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