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i read in some books that the array address in Unique
Could any one explain me and show that array addressing is unique.

Thanks for advance!

Nov 14 '06 #1
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On 13 Nov 2006 18:43:51 -0800, "Je-Givara" <je******@gmail.comwrote
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i read in some books that the array address in Unique
Could any one explain me and show that array addressing is unique.
What books are these? What do they mean by "unique"?

Every object defined in a C program is unique.
Thanks for advance!
I have no idea what you are talking about. Perhaps you should quote a
paragraph or at least a sentence from one of the books.

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Nov 14 '06 #2

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In article <11**********************@e3g2000cwe.googlegroups. com>,
Je-Givara <je******@gmail.comwrote:
>i read in some books that the array address in Unique
Could any one explain me and show that array addressing is unique.
The address of an array element does not have to be unique in C --
but when you have two pointers to the same array element, then
the pointers must *compare* as equal.
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