We all know that code of every function resides in memory and so every function has an address like all others variables in the program. We can get the address of a function by just writing the function’s name without parentheses. Please refer function pointer in C for details.
Address of function main() is 004113C0
Address of function funct() is 00411104
In C/C++, name of a function can be used to find address of function.
address of function main() is :0x40053c address of function funct() is : 0x400526
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