The dereference operator or indirection operator, denoted by "", is a unary operator found in C-like languages that include pointer variables. It operates on a pointer variable, and returns an equivalent to the value at the pointer address. This is called "dereferencing" the pointer. For example, the C code increments the variable by using the indirection operator and a pointer to the variable .

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  • The dereference operator or indirection operator, denoted by "", is a unary operator found in C-like languages that include pointer variables. It operates on a pointer variable, and returns an equivalent to the value at the pointer address. This is called "dereferencing" the pointer. For example, the C code increments the variable by using the indirection operator and a pointer to the variable .
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  • The dereference operator or indirection operator, denoted by "", is a unary operator found in C-like languages that include pointer variables. It operates on a pointer variable, and returns an equivalent to the value at the pointer address. This is called "dereferencing" the pointer. For example, the C code increments the variable by using the indirection operator and a pointer to the variable .
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