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    Default Valid declarations

    Which of the following lines are valid declarations?

    Select the three correct answers.

    char a = '\u0061';

    char 'a' = 'a';

    char \u0061 = 'a';

    ch\u0061r a = 'a';

    ch'a'r a = 'a';


    Can someone give me the correct declarations with explanations.

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    In case you're wondering why no one has replied in over ten days, it's because you're asking a very fundamental and homework like question. Do some legwork and learn it for yourself - that is, if you truly do want to learn. When you've figured out which ones are correct, and if you're still confused - then a question pertaining to its validity because of your misunderstanding would likely be answered.

    Start here.

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