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A pointer is an object which represents an address in memory.
A reference is just a 'nickname' or 'alias' for an existing object.

I'm not going to go into any further detail since the nature of the question sounds a little bit like 'please do my homework for me'. Have you tried a google search? you ought to be able to come up with some fairly detailed search results about Pointers-vs-references

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:)

The reason for my question was not getting the difference. Probably my description was wrong. Sorry for that.

I would ask to the point in future....

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>>The reason for my question was not getting the difference.
Ok, so what is it that you wanted to ask?

>>I would ask to the point in future....
Absolutely! you can't be vague around here because if you don't know what you want we sure won't either.

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
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