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How do I store a string in FunC?

How do we save an ordinary string in FunC? For example, how do you store the text "A" without making it a slice?


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Posted one year ago
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Slices are the way to store strings. At the end of the day, strings are just a bunch of bytes that are interpreted in an ASCII format. You'll have to interpret strings as such when working with them in the smart contract.

https://ton.org/docs/develop/func/literals_identifiers#string-literals

You can define strings with quotation marks like in other languages, but they are stored in such a way that they become a slice of bytes.

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Posted one year ago
Jeremy
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You can also store longer strings by creating a linked list of cells, see example here - SnakeCell

  
  
Posted one year ago