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Reference Operator Dereference Operator - The pointer is a C++ programming data type whose value refers directly to (or "points to") another value stored elsewhere in computer memory using its address. Pointer examples

Programming Code Define Array & Use it - Array storing 18 values, number of values to be read, sum of the numbers, average of the numbers, loop counter, read the ten numbers to be averaged, read a number, add it to sum

Program Finds Sum of Digits of a Number - 'Sum of digits' means add all the digits of any number, we take any number like 358. Its sum of all digit is '3+5+8=16'. Using given code we can easily write c++ program. Enters any num

C Example Code Nested Printf Statements - C Program code to demonstrate nested printf statements. String will be first printed while executing inner printf. Length of the string "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz". So printf will

Open Read Write and Close operation in C - C file operations: Open, read, write and close operation in C. The fclose( ) function is used for closing an opened file. As argument you must provide a pointer to the file that you...

How to use Variable Types The C language - In Programming a Variable is a place holder for some value. All variables have some type associated with them, which expresses what 'type' of values they can be assigned. C offers

Check a Given Number is Perfect Number - This C program code checks whether a given number is perfect number. Perfect number is a number which is equal to sum of its divisor. For eg,divisors of 6 are 1,2 and 3. The sum of

Swaps Numbers Using Pointers in the C++ - The simplest and probably most widely used method to "swap 2 variables" is to use a third temporary variable: In programming, the act of 'swapping' two variables refers to mutually