What is a null-terminated string?
A null-terminated string consists of
- a sequence of non-null characters followed by a NULL (#0) character.
- an upper limit 65535 characters.
Using null-terminated strings
Null-terminated strings are stored as arrays of characters with a zero-based integer index type, like
array[0..X] of Char
where X = a positive non-zero integer.
This is called a zero-based character array.
The Extended Syntax compiler directive () must be enabled when you use the in your program.