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- February 11, 2019 at 10:28 am #53345
C++ enables you to have a pointer on a pointer, etc. Passing an argument by reference or by address both empower the passed argument to be changed in the calling function by the called function.
C++ enables a function to restore a pointer to a local variable, static variable and progressively allotted memory also.
1) Pointes is a special type of variables that are utilized to store the memory address of other variables.
2) Pointers are pronounced ordinarily as different variables with a distinction of ‘*’ that is available before the pointer identifier.
3) There are two operators that are utilized with the pointers one is ‘&’ and another one is ‘*’.
4) ‘&’ is known as the address of the operator and ‘*’ is known as dereferencing operator, both are prefixed, unary operators.
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