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Prakash nidhi Verma
Prakash nidhi Verma

Null pointer is a special reserved value of a pointer. Formally, each specific pointer type like int * char * double * etc. has its own dedicated null-pointer value. A pointer is not pointing any address when it has a null pointer value.

null pointer is a value but void pointer is a type of var.


void *pointer = NULL;
int* p = 0;

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