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Sunday, May 10, 2009

void pointer

Pointer to void (void *) is a generic pointer capable of representing any pointer type. All pointer types can be assigned a pointer to void without casting. However, a pointer to void cannot be assigned directly to a pointer of another type - the void pointer must first be cast to proper pointer type.

A void * pointer can not be dereferenced.

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