What is the difference between a typed and untyped pointer in C ++?

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In a typed the compiler is known which type is behind it, not with an untyped.

A typed pointer may be for example "int *". An untyped is "void *". So so isses in C oderso ... Am not a professional .....

Date: 2012-11-02 Views: 0

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