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heya,
watz de meanin of malloc.h n alloc.h in c-programmin(both are different)?
what is the difference between 1 pointer n 2 pointer in link list of stack?
wat is the meanin of arrow mark pointer?

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What's happening to the standards of posts these days? :icon_rolleyes:
Learn how to present a question, and try again.

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>watz de meanin of malloc.h n alloc.h in c-programmin(both are different)?
Both are archaic and not recommended. malloc.h is the ancient header that got merged into stdlib.h. alloc.h is typically where one might find alloca.

>what is the difference between 1 pointer n 2 pointer in link list of stack?
One pointer.

>wat is the meanin of arrow mark pointer?
Structure membership through a pointer.

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If I ask you what does printf("Hello"); mean. You'll most probably say

It prints "Hello" on the screen

but you didn't answer my original question about its...uh..."meaning" (which it doesn't have). You only stated its purpose. So please rephrase your questions
If your questions were

What are the differences between malloc.h and alloc.h ?
What does the arrow head -> do?

then Google can sure help you.
Note - alloc.h is a non standard header file. SOURCE
Edit - Before i could submit my post, other's had already posted the solutions. Sorry for repeating!

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