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Rael Kanushefsky1,041 Points
Assign the variable "pointy" the address of "alpha".
Im struggling to pass the 3rd challenge. 'Assign the variable "pointy" the address of "alpha".'
char *pointy; char alpha = 'k';
??? pointy = &k;
Can anyone help me with why it would pass? Thanks
char *pointy; char alpha = 'k'; pointy = &k;
Martin WildfeuerCourses Plus Student 11,071 Points
With your code, you are assigning the address of
pointy, which does not exist, though.
With the code below,
pointy points to the address of char alpha, this should pass.
char *pointy; char alpha = 'k'; pointy = α
Hope that helps :)