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  1. joollyjohn jollyjohn's Avatar
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    G'day all

    I'm trying to learn C programming. but i get stuck getting characters like these:

    int a,b;
    a = 10;
    b = a++;
    printf(“%d\n”,a);
    printf(“%d\n”,b);

    What's the meaning, and why do they show up like this?

    Thanks

    John
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  2. What software are you using? Seem like your source file is UTF-8 encoded but your editor opens it as if it was Windows-1252.

    Also, I think you may be using the wrong quoting marks in the first place. You need these simple ones that are also in ANSI:
    " (0x22)

    You used the "fancy" ones that may be used in a Word letter but usually not in C programming: http://www.i18nqa.com/debug/utf8-debug.html
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