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Sample C Program On Arithmetic Calculations Using Pointers.



#include <stdio.h>
#include <conio.h>

main()
{

int a=10, *pa;
clrscr();

pa = &a;
printf(" Address = %u \n ", pa++ );
printf(" After pa++ Address = %u \n ", pa++ );

printf(" After one more pa++ Address = %u \n", pa );
printf(" Value of a = %d \n", *( pa - 2 ) );

getch();
return 0;

}

OUTPUT:

Address = 65524
After pa++ Address = 65526
After one more pa++ Address = 65528
Value of a = 10



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Comments

  1. Correct statement should be as below since the original value of pa is not changed as there are no assignments to it.
    printf(" Value of a = %d \n", *( pa ) );

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