how do pointers work in c programmwiz
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How to use pointers in C

user994

myvar = 25;
foo = &myvar;
bar = myvar;

how do pointers work in c programmwiz

user1450

#include <stdio.h>
int main()
{
   int* pc, c;
   
   c = 22;
   printf("Address of c: %p\n", &c);
   printf("Value of c: %d\n\n", c);  // 22
   
   pc = &c;
   printf("Address of pointer pc: %p\n", pc);
   printf("Content of pointer pc: %d\n\n", *pc); // 22
   
   c = 11;
   printf("Address of pointer pc: %p\n", pc);
   printf("Content of pointer pc: %d\n\n", *pc); // 11
   
   *pc = 2;
   printf("Address of c: %p\n", &c);
   printf("Value of c: %d\n\n", c); // 2
   return 0;
}

what is a pointer

user7471

type *var-name;      /*A pointer is a variable whose value is the address of another variable*/