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Define Pointers in Pointers of Programming in C
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Define Pointers 
Pointer is a address variable. It is used to store address and fetching the value from addresses using * operator.

Example
int *ptr;

ptr - pointing the address
*ptr - pointing the value
Syntax 
datatype *pointer_variable;
Program
	#include
	void main(){
	   int *ptr;
	   *ptr = 10;
	   printf("%d",*ptr);
	}
Output 
10
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