Lesson 10: Pointers and Addresses

In this lesson, you examine one of the most sophisticated features of the C programming language: pointers. In fact, the power and flexibility that C provides in dealing with pointers serve to set it apart from many other programming languages.

Pointers enable you to effectively represent complex data structures, change values passed as arguments to functions, work with the memory that has been allocated "dynamically", and to more concisely and efficiently deal with arrays.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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