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int x[10]; what is the datatype for &x;

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can anybody tell what is the datatype :
int x[10];
int * p = &x ; //error
int * (10) p1 = &x ; //error
Feb 7 '07 #1
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horace1
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can anybody tell what is the datatype :
int x[10];
int * p = &x ; //error
int * (10) p1 = &x ; //error
try this
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  1. int x[10];
  2. int * p = x ;    // X is an array, you dont need &
  3. int * p1 = &x[9]; // is this what you were trying to do?
  4.  
Feb 7 '07 #2
rajesh6695
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x is an integer variable Where it can store only a integer datas...
p is integer pointer where it can store only the address of any integer variable...
p1 is also similar to p.....

Better look this below link

http://www.cplusplus.c om/doc/tutorial/pointers.html
Feb 7 '07 #3

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