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When dealing with pointers, the "&" sign is called the address-of urinary operator. Knowing it's name sure helps to understand when to use it. Is "*" a urinary operator as well, and if so, what is its name? If it is not an operator, then what is it?

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    WaltP 2,905   5 Years Ago

    [QUOTE=dotancohen;1610287]When dealing with pointers, the "&" sign is called the address-of urinary operator. Knowing it's name sure helps to understand when to use it. Is "*" a urinary operator as well, and if so, what is its name? If it is not an operator, then what is it? Thanks.[/QUOTE] [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urinary_system]Urinary[/url]? … Read More

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When dealing with pointers, the "&" sign is called the address-of urinary operator. Knowing it's name sure helps to understand when to use it. Is "*" a urinary operator as well, and if so, what is its name? If it is not an operator, then what is it?

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Urinary? I know these questions piss off some people, but really! :icon_twisted:

To answer your question, see this. Google is your friend.

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Urinary? I know these questions piss off some people, but really! :icon_twisted:

Oh, that's great! A terrific combination of Dotan-doesn't-know-how-to-spell and Mozilla-spellcheck-not-grammarcheck.

To answer your question, see this. Google is your friend.

Right there under "Member and pointer operators". Thanks!

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