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Course: ENEE 114, Fall 2008
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Glue Name:___________________ Logon:______________ Quiz 4: Pointers Directions: Write all answers on this sheet, closed notes, closed books, no computer use. 1) Given the declarations below answer the following questions int a; int *p = &amp;a; int b = 7; int arr[5]; a) (4 points) Circle the invalid statements (compile or run time) p = &amp;b; p = &amp;arr; p = arr; p = a; *p; (consider these...

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Glue Name:___________________ Logon:______________ Quiz 4: Pointers Directions: Write all answers on this sheet, closed notes, closed books, no computer use. 1) Given the declarations below answer the following questions int a; int *p = &a; int b = 7; int arr[5]; a) (4 points) Circle the invalid statements (compile or run time) p = &b; p = &arr; p = arr; p = a; *p; (consider these "one" statement) b) (6 points) Convert each statement to one using pointers arr[3] = 27; a = 15; b = arr[0]; ____________________________ ____________________________ (5 ____________________________ 2) points) What variable does each pointer point to after the following code is run? int main (void) { int *booleans[5]; int t= 1; int f = 0; int *i = &t; Index Variable booleans[0] = &t; booleans[1] = &f; booleans[2] = &t; booleans[3] = *(booleans + 2); bo...

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