C Programs - Pointer
Pointers in C are variables that store the memory addresses of other variables. This allows you to directly access and manipulate the data stored in those variables, without having to use their names. Pointers are a powerful tool in C, and they are essential for many advanced programming tasks, such as dynamic memory allocation and efficient data structures.
To declare a pointer variable, you use the asterisk
(*) symbol before the data type of the variable that it will point to.