what exactly is the difference between void and char? does void hold both numbers AND letters? i know char holds letters and int holds numbers, but what exactly does void hold? im not quite that far in my book, im just being curious is all. thanks in advance.
Well I'm assuming your talking about methods when you talk about voids. A 'Void' is a method where you don't return anything. A char method would return a char value.
Now if you want to talk about them as variables, a char like you said holds character values (like letters, symbols, or numbers). An int can only hold numerical values. A bool can only have a true or false value. A double holds numerical values with decimals (like 1.2 or something). A void is simply something that isn't there, hence the name.