|Debugging with GDB|
float(as opposed to the default
double) type; or with a letter ‘l’ or ‘L’, which specifies a
'), or a number—the ordinal value of the corresponding character (usually its ascii value). Within quotes, the single character may be represented by a letter or by escape sequences, which are of the form ‘\nnn’, where nnn is the octal representation of the character's ordinal value; or of the form ‘\x’, where ‘x’ is a predefined special character—for example, ‘\n’ for newline.
Wide character constants can be written by prefixing a character constant with ‘L’, as in C. For example, ‘L'x'’ is the wide form of ‘x’. The target wide character set is used when computing the value of this constant (see Character Sets).
"). Any valid character constant (as described above) may appear. Double quotes within the string must be preceded by a backslash, so for instance ‘"a\"b'c"’ is a string of five characters.
Wide string constants can be written by prefixing a string constant with ‘L’, as in C. The target wide character set is used when computing the value of this constant (see Character Sets).