Pointers are fundamental to many aspects of C++. In this chapter we introduce a number of more advanced topics concerning pointers. In particular, we consider strings, pointers as function arguments, pointers to functions, dynamic memory allocation and reference arguments. It should be emphasized that in this chapter we are not concerned with the more sophisticated string defined as a C++ template. We consider such “strings” in Chapter 17.


Null Pointer Function Argument Double Trace Base Address Bubble Sort 
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