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  1. how does typedef work in this question ???

    typedef int c[12];
    c name={1,2,3,4};
    cout<<name[0];



    how does the above code work ??
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    char pointer and int pointer

    these are valid :


    char str[5]="good";
    int a[3]={1,2,3};

    char *p="hello";

    but why is this wrong then :
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    data type mis-match in pointers

    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<conio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
    void main()
    {
    int a=10,*x=&a;
    float *b;
    float c;
    clrscr();
    b=&a;
  4. yaa it prints world the second time....thus...

    yaa it prints world the second time....thus resulting in unpredictable behaviour...
  5. Then what is the use of delete or free when we...

    Then what is the use of delete or free when we can retrieve the value after using them???
  6. delete is not deleting the value???

    why is it happening so???


    void main()
    {
    char *x="hello";
    printf("%s \n",x);
    delete x;
    printf("%s \n",x);
    getch();
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    @all....thank you everyone...got it........

    @all....thank you everyone...got it.....
    ......can i continue asking my doubts on this forum...or am i at the wrong place???
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    thank you Tater.....but the question i asked was...

    thank you Tater.....but the question i asked was just out of my curiosity...i couldn't find it in my books which goes on comparing the effects of keywords in this case coz there can then be many...
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    @rogster001....thank you. @adeyblue...who ever...

    @rogster001....thank you.

    @adeyblue...who ever u may be.....these are not my "QUIZ QUESTIONS" as u think....can't answer them...just mind our own work rather than scribbling some crap here...no...
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    k....thanks

    k....thanks
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    what i understood is that when a variable is...

    what i understood is that when a variable is declared as static it doesn't loose it's value even if the scope of the function within which it is declared is finished and a global variable is the one...
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    sorry for that #define blunder...it's solved...

    sorry for that #define blunder...it's solved now....
    but i still didn't get the difference b/w the two declarations...regarding there scope,lifetime and usage


    #include<stdio.h>...
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    const and #define

    what,where and how will there be differences in constant declaration when this is done:

    #define a 10
    (or)
    const int a=10;
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    no no this is a doubt i had...... then how is...

    no no this is a doubt i had......

    then how is the declaration of q different if had declared it as

    extern int q;
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    #include #include static int...

    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<conio.h>
    static int p=10;
    int q=10;
    void main()
    {
    printf("%d %d",p,q);
    getch();
    }
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    sorry for that....

    sorry for that....
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    Why did this not work????

    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<conio.h>
    #define a 90;
    void main()
    {
    char x=a;
    int b=10;
    float c=30.0f;
    clrscr();
    printf("%c %f \n",x,c);
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