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Is it possible to copy such an array of char to std::string?
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Yes, because a std::string doesnot rely on the NULL terminator, but you have to specify the length when doing so, i,e.

string s = string("1234567890\01234567890", 21); // '21' takes the '\0' terminator into account, specifying the actual size

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