Pointers and Arrays
It is difficult to imagine performing many scientific calculations without the ability to manipulate arrays of one or more dimensions. Arrays are needed for vectors, matrices and the convenient storage of related data. In this chapter we introduce a simple picture of the way memory is organized, together with powerful methods for using contiguous areas of memory.
KeywordsMemory Location Array Element Null Pointer Pointer Arithmetic Contiguous Area
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