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pointer-tutorial


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This is Ted Jensen's Tutorial on Pointers and Arrays in C. Ted used to make it available on his netcom website but has recently been deleted, This here is to preserve what I consider the best tutorial on pointers in C out there.

This tutorial is intended to introduce pointers to beginning programmers
in the C programming language. Over several years of reading and
contributing to various conferences on C including those on the FidoNet
and UseNet, I have noted a large number of newcomers to C appear to have
a difficult time in grasping the fundamentals of pointers. I therefore
undertook the task of trying to explain them in plain language with lots
of examples.



Audience

Developers



Programming Language

C



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