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Indirection in C

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      What is Indirection in C?


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      The dereference operator or indirection operator, in some cases signified by ” * ” (for example an asterisk), is a unary operator (for example one with a solitary operand) found in C-like languages that incorporate pointer variables.

      On the off chance that you have characterized a pointer to a variable or any memory object, there is no direct reference to the value of the variable. This is called an indirect reference. Be that as it may, when we pronounce a variable it has a direct reference to the value.


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      Nitesh Bavishiya

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