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Understand about pointer

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int* ptr is a declaire of value, this value save "address" int b = 0 ptr = &b ptr saved the address of b *ptr is deregister of &b therefore, *ptr == 0, it's a integer.

Question 1.

#include <stdio.h>
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int main(){
char* name[] = {"abcde", "fghijklm", "nopq"};
printf("%c\n", *(*(name+1)+2));
printf("%c\n", name[1][2]);
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return 0;
}
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