anonymous
  • anonymous
struct node *llink; what this instruction will do
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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shubha
  • shubha
This will create a variable named llink which will store address of node type variable... typeName *name --> this says that 'name' will store address of any variable of type 'typeName'... now, typeName var; //you create a variable 'var' of type 'typeName' name = &var; // & is saying give me the address at which var is stored in memory so in the case struct node *llink; struct node newNode; //a variable of type struct node llink = &newNode; // storing the address of newNode in llink

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