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Discussion in 'C++' started by sunki_kishore, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. sunki_kishore

    sunki_kishore New Member

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    Hey All,

    what is the difference between pointer to a function and function pointer?
     
  2. rick

    rick New Member

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    There is no difference between pointer to a function and function pointer they both mean the same thing.
    eg. void (*funcptr)(int a , int b)

    here funcptr is a function pointer/pointer to a function that receives two arguments of type ints and returns nothing.
     

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