It's difficult to understand this prohibition. C strings containing non-terminal NUL characters are not prohibited:
char s = "abc\0efg";
Sure, most C library functions will interpret this string as equivalent to the C string "abc" and most C-to-Scheme FFIs would convert this to the Scheme string "abc", but such ambiguities are not per se issues for Scheme code.
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