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Idiom #157 Declare constant string

Initialize a constant planet with string value "Earth".

const char *_planet = "Earth";
(def planet "Earth")
#include <string>
// using char*
constexpr char planet[] = "Earth";

// using string
const std::string planet{"Earth"};
const string _planet = "Earth";
static immutable string planet = "Earth";
const string planet = "Earth";
immutable string planet = "Earth";
enum planet = "Earth";
enum string planet = "Earth";
const String _planet = "Earth";
planet = "Earth"
Planet = "Earth".
character(*), parameter :: planet = "Earth"
  character(len=*), parameter :: planet = "Earth"
const planet = "Earth"
static final planet = "Earth"
static final planet = 'Earth'
static final planet = /Earth/
static final planet = '''Earth'''
static final planet = """Earth"""
planet = "Earth"
const planet = 'Earth'
static final String planet = "Earth";
PLANET = "Earth"
NSString * const Planet=@"Earth";
const PLANET = 'Earth';
define('PLANET', 'Earth');
const
  planet = 'Earth';
use Const::Fast qw(const);
const my $planet => 'Earth';
PLANET = 'Earth'
Planet = 'Earth'
const PLANET: &str = "Earth";

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