C++ Pointers and Memory

C++ Pointers and Memory
Description :

This document explains how pointers and memory work and how to use them—from the basic concepts through all the major programming techniques. For each topic there is a combination of discussion, sample C code, and drawings.

Table of Contents

  • Section 1 Basic Pointers
  • Why Have Pointers?
  • What Is A Pointer?
  • Pointer Dereference
  • Pointer Assignment
  • Pointer Type Syntax
  • Pointer Variables
  • The & Operator — Reference To
  • How Do Pointers Work In Java
  • Section 2 Local Memory
  • Thanks For The Memory
  • Allocation And Deallocation
  • Small Locals Example
  • Section 3 Reference Parameters
  • Reference Parameters in C++
  • How Does The Function Call Stack Work?
  • Section 4 Heap Memory
  • Programming The Heap
  • Simple Heap Example

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Submitted On: 2019-05-03

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