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Normally in C++ (as my understanding), a pointer is a integer variable to store an address.. But we write .. #include <iostream> using namespace std; void LOG (const char* message){ cout << message << endl; } int main() { LOG ("Hello World!"); } how this is possible (assigning string value to a pointer)?

6/6/2020 2:17:07 PM


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rudolph flash, Martin Taylor my problem is value is assigned without any dereference.. am I wrong?