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Convert char to const char * c++

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How can i convert a char to const char* in c++
When i try to convert it i get this error:
invalid conversion from char to const char *
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we can use std::string(size_t , char ) constructor
string a = std::string(1 , str[0]);

Thank you,
well you are most welcome.
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by:Zoppo
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JFI: I would propose to do it directly without creating a copy, that's faster:

string a(1 , str[0]);
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