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Some languages, like C or the original Pascal, do not have string types, they just have related things like arrays of characters. But most Pascals and various other languages have string types, which are indicated as follows:
n type-information ; bytes
z type-information ; bytes
Languages, such as CHILL which have a string type which is basically just an array of characters use the `S' type attribute (see section 1.3 The String Field).
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