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Poke supports a notion of strings which is very similar to the C programming language: a string value is a sequence of characters that is terminated by the so-called null character.
The standard library provides functions which process strings. See String Functions.
|• String Literals:||Writing string values.|
|• String Types:||string.|
|• String Indexing:||Accessing the characters of a string.|
|• String Concatenation:||Building new strings.|
|• String Attributes:||Accessing properties of string values.|
|• String Formatting:||Composing strings from values.|