Which one of the following represents a correct and safe declaration of NULL ?

A) typedef((void *)0) NULL;
b) typedef NULL(char *)0;
c) #define NULL((void *)0)
d) #define NULL((char*)0)
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Priyanka Bhardwaj

  • Aug 9th, 2005


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