Introduction to Pointers

Pointers are like variables, except pointers don’t contain data.  They contain the addresses of data.  The two pointer operators are the “address of” operator (&), and the “dereferencing” operator (*).  Using pointers, the compiler has less work to do to find data in memory.  After viewing the videos, and reading the textbook material on pointers, type in and run the following code.

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Now, you enter the code, and run it.  (No Flowchart this time).

Upload your .c file and a screen shot of your code output saved in a Word document including the path name directory at the top of the screen into the dropbox for grading. 

 

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