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Help Pointers and chars in C++;

, 13 Nov 2012 CPOL
Here you are only assigning the adress of x into name. And at the adress of x is the 'm' of "missak".yup::yup(char *x){ name = x;}Here the content of the adress "name" is printed. And the content is a single char. It's the letter 'm'.void yup::print(){ cout<<*name;...



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Years ago I programmed COM-DLLs in C/C++ for some VB6 guys. It was a remote service and alarming software for refrigeration systems.

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