C Quiz – 106 | Question 2

What’s the meaning of following declaration in C language?





int (*p)[5];


(A) It will result in compile error because there shouldn’t be any parenthesis i.e. “int *p[5]” is valid.
(B) p is a pointer to 5 integers.
(C) p is a pointer to integer array.
(D) p is an array of 5 pointers to integers.
(E) p is a pointer to an array of 5 integers

Answer: (E)

Explanation: Here p is basically a pointer to integer array of 5 integers. In case of “int *p[5]”, p is array of 5 pointers to integers.

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