Was wondering about Null pointers , do they really point to location zero in memory and does that location got all the bits zero. Does this mean a NULL pointer points to itself?
Node<Type> *A = 0; A = Find_Node(Position-1)->R_Link;
I have this code , where "Find_Node" function returns a pointer to a class "Node" , sometimes the function will return a null pointer , will this store 0 in A ?
i m guessing arrow operator won't handle it and will give an error.