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July 2019

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— Converting an integer to float by :

float f=1.0
int x=(int)f

However first casting a float pointer to an integer pointer result in different output

int x =* (int *) &f

Please explain it..

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— Because integers and floats are stored vastly differently

— Converting a pointer type to another pointer type doesn't change the referenced variable.


I am getting the array witout knowing its size it consists of alpha numeric and special charaxters i want the count of only the elements count but not the space or new line characters code for this problem pls

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— Sir this is small module of my big work i want to understand the concept through your example code so i didnt ask solution for my home work

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