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Pointers to Character Strings Pointers to Functions Pointers: the end A. Barbaro UCLA PIC 10B
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Pointers to Character Strings Pointers to Functions Outline for Today: Pointers to Character Strings, Pointers to Functions (7.5-7.6 of Big C++ ) 1 Pointers to Character Strings 2 Pointers to Functions
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Pointers to Character Strings Pointers to Functions Strings and Character arrays A literal string in C++ allocates an array of characters, i.e. “Alethea” allocates a block of 8 characters (7 for letters, one to indicate the end of the string: ‘ \ 0’).
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Pointers to Character Strings Pointers to Functions Strings and Character arrays A literal string in C++ allocates an array of characters, i.e. “Alethea” allocates a block of 8 characters (7 for letters, one to indicate the end of the string: ‘ \ 0’). When you type string myName = “Alethea”; this is equivalent to: char* p = “Alethea”; string myName = p;
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Pointers to Character Strings Pointers to Functions Strings and Character arrays A literal string in C++ allocates an array of characters, i.e.
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