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# homework10 - 8.8 a False Subtracting or comparing two...

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8.8 a. False, Subtracting or comparing two pointers that do not refer to elements of the same array is a logic error. b. False, Although array names are pointers to the beginning of the array and pointers can be modified in arithmetic expressions, array names cannot be modified in arithmetic expressions, because array names are constant pointers. 8.9 a. unsigned int values[SIZE] = {2,4,6,8,10}; b. unsigned int *vPtr; c. for (int I = 0; I < SIZE; i++) { cout << values[i] << endl; } d. unsigned int values[SIZE] = {2,4,6,8,10}; unsigned int vPtr = &values[0]; e. for (int I = 0; I < SIZE; i++, vPtr++) { cout << “\t” << *vPtr; } f.  for (int I = 0; I < SIZE; i++) {

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cout << “\t”<< *(values + i); } g. for (int I = 0; I < SIZE; i++) { cout << “\t”<< vPtr[i]; } h.  unsigned int *vPtr = values; cout << values[4]; cout << *(values + 4); cout << *(vPtr + 4); i. 1002506; 8 j. 1002500; 2 8.10 a. long *longPtr; b. longPtr = &value1; c. cout << *longPtr; d.
value2 = *longPtr; 8.11 a. void zero(long bigIntegers[]) b.  void zero(long[]); c. int add1AndSum(int oneTooSmall[]) d int add1AndSum(int []); Header File: // *********************************************************************** // File: maze.h // // Traverse maze - Program find its way out of a maze //                // Author: Benjamin Jones // Created: 10 March 2008 // Updated: Original // // Assignment: 8.25 // Compiler: MinGW32 G++ 3.4.2 (GNU) //

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