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In programming languages like C, Go, and C++, the character pointer data type is denoted using:
What is the correct English pronunciation for this data type?
- Is it /kɑr stɑr/, so with the ‹ch› of
charpronounced as in character /ˈkerəktər/ and choir /kwɑɪr/?
- Is it /tʃɑr stɑr/, so with the ‹ch› of
charpronounced as in chair /tʃer/ and child /tʃɑɪld/?
My colleague has been arguing that the correct way is the second version, not the first version.