Void * Pointer in C

The void pointer in C is a pointer which is not associated with any data types. It points to some data location in the storage means points to the address of variables. It is also called general purpose pointer. In C, malloc() and calloc() functions return void * or generic pointers.

Source Code

//Generic Pointer or Void Pointers
int main()
    int a[]={10,20,30,40,50};
    void *p;
    //printf("\n *p : %d",*p);
    printf("\n *p : %d",*(int *)p);
    return 0;
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