What is a pointer value and address? 

 A pointer value is a data object that refers to a memory location. Each memory locaion is numbered in the memory.The number attached to a    memory location is called the address of the location.

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subbu malepati

  • Dec 3rd, 2006

Hi,int *ptr=123;so ptr is pointer varible. suppose the adress of ptr is 2002( Assume) AT this mem-locn: value 123 is saved.to access address use & operatorto access value at the address use * opertator.

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