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Here we will discuss the program process: We declare the function responsible for swapping the two variable values, which takes two integer pointers as parameters and returns any value when it is called. We call the swap function by passing the address of the two variables as arguments using the ampersand symbol. After that, we print the new swapped values of variables. Here we define the swap function content which takes two integer variable addresses as parameters and declare a temporary integer variable used as a third storage box to save one of the value variables which will be put to the second variable. Store the second variable pointed by b in the first variable pointed by a. Update the second variable pointed by b by the value of the first variable saved in the temporary variable.

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Here we will discuss the program process: We declare the function responsible for swapping the two variable values, which takes two integer pointers as parameters and returns any value when it is called.

We call the swap function by passing the address of the two variables as arguments using the ampersand symbol. After that, we print the new swapped values of variables. Here we define the swap function content which takes two integer variable addresses as parameters and declare a temporary integer variable used as a third storage box to save one of the value variables which will be put to the second variable.

Store the second variable pointed by b in the first variable pointed by a. Update the second variable pointed by b by the value of the first variable saved in the temporary variable. Functions with Array Parameters In C, we cannot pass an array by value to a function. Whereas, an array name is a pointer address , so we just pass an array name to a function which means to pass a pointer to the array. The pointer is used to iterate the array elements using the p[k] notation , and we accumulate the summation in a local variable which will be returned after iterating the entire element array.

We declare and initialize an integer array with five integer elements. We declare an integer pointer which receives the complete array built after the function is called and we print its contents by iterating the entire five element array. Notice that a pointer, not an array, is defined to store the array address returned by the function. Also notice that when a local variable is being returned from a function, we have to declare it as static in the function.

Function Pointers As we know by definition that pointers point to an address in any memory location, they can also point to at the beginning of executable code as functions in memory. After defining the function pointer, we have to assign it to a function. Keep in mind that the function name points to the beginning address of the executable code like an array name which points to its first element.

These functions add, subtract, multiply and divide the two arguments regarding which function is being called by the user. We declare 4 integers to handle operands, operation type, and result respectively. Also, we declare an array of four function pointer. Each function pointer of array element takes two integers parameters and returns an integer value. We assign and initialize each array element with the function already declared.

For example, the third element which is the third function pointer will point to multiplication operation function. We seek operands and type of operation from the user typed with the keyboard. We called the appropriate array element Function pointer with arguments, and we store the result generated by the appropriate function. Each array element must have the same parameters and return type. Functions Using void Pointers Void pointers are used during function declarations.

If we assume that our parameters do not change when passing to a function, we declare it as const. We declare the operand and the result variable. Also, we initialize our operand with value "4. The parameters are a void pointers type casted to the appropriate array data type integer We define and initialize an integer array The array size is stored in the num variable and the size of each array element is stored in width variable using sizeof predefined C operator.

We call the qsort function and pass the array name, size, width, and comparison function defined previously by the user in order to sort our array in ascending order. The comparison will be performed by taking in each iteration two array elements until the entire array will be sorted.

We print the array elements to be sure that our array is well sorted by iterating the entire array using for loop.

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Der Zeiger a zeigt auf die Variable b. Die Speicherstelle des Zeigers a besitzt lediglich die Adresse von b im Beispiel In Zeile 5 wird die Zeigervariable a definiert und eine Variable b vom Typ int. Nach der Definition hat die Zeigervariable a einen nicht definierten Inhalt. Damit zeigt die Variable a nun auf die Variable b. Die printf-Anweisung gibt den Wert der Variable aus, auf die der Zeiger verweist.

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