C lang - Pointer
Pls help me to see if I have answer correctly. - James
char first=¡®w¡¯, second; /* ASCII value of ¡®w¡¯ is 119 */
char *pfirst, *psecond = &second; /* question (b) */
*psecond = first + 10;
first = second + 1; /* question (c) */
pfirst = &first; /* question (d) */
Suppose each character occupies 1 byte of memory. If the value assigned to first is stored in address 1200 and the value assigned to second is stored in address 1201, then
a)What value is represented by &second ?
ANSWER : 1201
b)What value is assigned to psecond ?
ANSWER : 120
c)What value is assigned to first ?
ANSWER : 129
d)What value is assigned to pfirst ?
ANSWER : 130
e)What value is represented by (100 + *pfirst)?
ANSWER : 1300
After the first five lines, the values are:
&first == 1200
&second == 1201
first == 130
second == 129
psecond == 1201
pfirst == 1200
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