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I have two questions

Question Number 1
int *p;
int a[]={1};
char *q;
char b[]="welcome";

in part1.c it prints the address of variable where in part2.c it prints the values that is string? Only the return type is different how?

Question No 2

int a=10;
int const *p=&a;

Above program is pointer to constant . Here i have changed the value of a but it is not showing errors why? Does pointer to constant mean that variable should be declared as const (i.e)
const int a =10;
Tags: C++, C, C#


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