Void Pointer

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      What Is A Void Pointer?

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      The void pointer, otherwise called the generic pointer, is a unique sort of pointer that can be pointed at objects of any data type.

      A void pointer is announced like an ordinary pointer, utilizing the void keyword as the pointer’s sort:

      void *ptr; // ptr is a void pointer.

      When we pronounce a variable as a pointer to a variable of sort void, it is known as a void pointer.

      All in all, we can’t have a void kind variable, yet in the event that the variable is of a void sort it doesn’t point to any data and because of this, it can’t be de-referenced.

      Nitesh Bavishiya

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