I have noticed an abnormal behavior in the string handling. Below is the
snapshot of the same.
0 > ok
0 > " hi" " hello" " bye" " welcome" ok
8 > .s <8> 4005810c 2 4005800c 5 4005810c 3 4005800c 7
Above the strings " hi" and " bye" are stored at the same
address(0x4005810c) and also " hello" and " welcome" are stored at the
same address(0x4005800c).This means that the first two strings " hi" and
" hello" are overwritten and therefore lost. Strings defined using ' s"
' also show the same behavior.
Is this an intended behavior? Please verify the same.
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