I don't write a lot of C, so I'm always discovering things I only partly understand in the Arduino variety. One of these is how
Does Serial.print always require a null terminator? In the case of (say)
Serial.print(88, DEC); is a null implied?
What happens in the following cases?
char buff = "ABC"; // warned because no room for a null Serial.print(buff); // will absence of a null cause overrun? char buff = "ABC"; // now there's a null Serial.print(buff); // will the null character be sent too?
Any references appreciated.