Cause "int i"'s memory gets in the way, if i would like to have another variable's "int _4zz"
+1 in memory address so work you see, i want to use:
"*_4zz,(*_4zz+1),(*(_4zz+2),*(_4zz+3)"and so on..
But "int i" has the memory address of "(*_4zz+1)"so i would like to change it.
I dont want to stop using "*(_4zz+1)"cause it is good for looping e.g
Now that i think more about it, i could change the pointer variable "*_4zz" memory address instaid maybe it would be easier (or just possible)?
Anyways... i think the solution would be pointers cause they handle memory addresses right?
Though it would be nice if i could just write it like this: &i = 22ff68, or &i = 2293608.
Like in "the memory address of 'int i' is equal to this"