A.7.4.2 Address Operator

The unary operator & takes the address of its operand. The operand must be an lvalue referring neither to a bit-field nor to an object declared as register, or must be of function type. The result is a pointer to the object or function referred to by the lvalue. If the type of the operand is T, the type of the result is pointer to T.

TCPL/A.07.04.2_Address_Operator (last edited 2008-02-23 15:36:32 by localhost)

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