The sizeof operator returns the number of bytes in a variable type, or the number of bytes occupied by an array.
variable: any variable type or array (e.g. int, float, byte)
The sizeof operator is useful for dealing with arrays (such as strings) where it is convenient to be able to change the size of the array without breaking other parts of the program.
This program prints out a text string one character at a time. Try changing the text phrase.
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