Discussion :: Command Line Arguments - Point Out Correct Statements (Q.No.1)
|Shweta Dubey said: (Oct 24, 2010)|
|The answer of this question is B, as argv is a pointer to an array of pointer to strings.It is used as double pointer in the argument of main() mean it is a pointer to a pointer.|
|Vikas said: (Feb 25, 2011)|
|@shweta yes you are right.|
|Raj Naik said: (Aug 25, 2011)|
|@shweta @vikas: yeah you both are right.|
|Usha said: (May 18, 2013)|
|Hey option A is right yar because *argv means argv behaves like a array of character so *argv = it is an array of character pointer.|
|Mangusta said: (Aug 21, 2013)|
|The answer is not B, because declaration of pointer to array of character pointers will look like:
char * (*argv)[some size];
Inside of main, "argv" is a pointer to a pointer to character,
or in other words, a pointer to string, it is more than just "array", because we can perform arithmetic operations on it.
For example, ++argv or --argv are legal statements for argv.
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