It is just not clicking in my head (Output an array via pointer in reverse)
So this is one of thoose things that is not clicking in my head.
I am trying to write a function using "pointer notation" that will write out the elements of an array of int in reverse order. I know this has to be done via a for loop but I am a little lost when it comes to the "pointer notation". When assinging the address of a pointer to an array it assigns it to the first element  correct? Anyways I would appreciate it if someone could offer up and example.