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int *(*f) (int x, int *y[]);

What does this expression means?

11/20/2019 8:25:10 AM

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f is a pointer to the function that takes two arguments an integer x and an array of pointers to integers and returns a pointer to an integer.

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It's more to correct to say a pointer to an integer.

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👌 thanks for explaining ~ swim ~

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Does it returns an integer address?