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GeneralWhy does most C/C++ developer prefers char *c instead of char* c? Pin
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Goes back to K&R, they invented the thing and people followed their style.

also in C you cant declare arrays that way:
char c[]; /* compiles just fine */
char[] d; /* error */
// so followig the same 
Tis the style of this language, inasmuch to continue that style far more logical to write */
char *e;

1. and so "char* c" is stylistically wrong in both C & C++. (And older compilers will correctly flag that as an error.)
2. In C "char *" is not a type, it's a pointer to a type. Yup, pointers are not types, they are pointers.
... cats, dogs and cows are types of animal, beef is not an animal but it does 'refer' to one
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