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What is null pointer in c?


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A null pointer is a special reserved value which is defined in a stddef header file. What is null pointer in C? - Null pointer is a pointer which is pointing to nothing. The word "NULL" is a constant in C language and its value is 0. The C standard does not say that the null pointer is the same as the pointer to memory address 0, though that may be the case in practice.

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