Prerequisite: How to dynamically allocate a 2D array in C?
Double pointer: A pointer pointing to another pointer is known as a Double pointer. To represent the double pointer ‘ ** ‘ is used. Double pointer is also called as pointer to pointer.
Input: Geeks, Gfg, Placement, Sudo, Gate Output: Gate, Geeks, Gfg, Placement, Sudo
Below is the required implementation:
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- Sorting array with reverse around middle
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- Sorting array except elements in a subarray
- Sorting array with conditional swapping
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- How do Dynamic arrays work?
- C | Dynamic Memory Allocation | Question 2
- C | Dynamic Memory Allocation | Question 3
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