Thread: pointers

  1. #1
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    int *ptspec;
      int ii, sum;
      int peak, back;
      double rho, rhomax1, rhomax2;
      ptspec = specPointer(16, 0);
    what is the ptspec ? and its value? and specPointer?

    best wishes all

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    ptspec is a pointer to integer.
    I don't think specPointer is a "known function" (google didn't seem to think so either), and thus all the rest of your question can not be answered.

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    ptspec is pointer to integer as matsp said
    its value is the address of object returned by specPointer()

    so unless we don't know what specPointer() does we cannot tell you how the code works

    Please post the full code.

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