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- February 16, 2019 at 10:25 am #53709
1) The pointer p is uninitialized and focuses on a random location in memory when you proclaim it. It could be pointing into the framework stack, or the global variables, or into the program’s code space, or into the operating system.
2) When we make a pointer the memory to the pointer is assigned however the substance or esteem that memory needs to hold stays immaculate.
3) Uninitialized pointers are those pointers which don’t hold an underlying quality.
int *p; is said to be an uninitialized pointer, it is prescribed to instate the pointer before really utilizing it as it an error.
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