char name; strcpy(name,"incredible hulk"); printf("%s\n",name);
What does that represent?
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That's a non-alpha ASCII value that is attempting to be printed. If you really want to know what it is, try printing it as an integer. Something along the lines of
printf("the char ascii value is %i\n", name).
However, you have another issue. You declared name as a char array without giving it a size and without initializing it with data when declared. The compiler needs to know the size of the array when it is declared. With no size, you're playing with unknown data.
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