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There are a couple issues here. First, there's a known issue with debug50. For certain library functions, if you "step into" the line of code with the function call, debug50 will try to step into the function itself and will go off in the weeds. In this case, you should use "step over" instead, to process that line of code by NOT skipping ...


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string variables are a pointer to the first character of a string. For the value, you're using a string literal (a code representation of a string). The compiler can store those characters in any way, but the most common way is to store the characters (including the null terminator) in some read-only area that gets loaded into memory on start of the ...


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