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#include <iostream>
const int ARRAY_LENGTH = 5;
using namespace std;
int main ()
{
   int Numbers [ARRAY_LENGTH{0100200300400};

   const int *pInt = Numbers;

   for (int nIndex = 0; nIndex < ARRAY_LENGTH; ++ nIndex)
       cout << "Element [" << nIndex << "] = " << *(pInt + nIndex<< endl;

   return 0;
}














11.1.pointer
11.1.1.What is stored in a pointer.
11.1.2.Allocating and deleting a pointer
11.1.3.Finding Out What Is Stored in Pointers
11.1.4.Manipulating Data by Using Pointers
11.1.5.Using a pointer to print the contents of the array
11.1.6.C++ program shows the use of pointers when accessing structure information from a function.
11.1.7.Pointers to Derived Types
11.1.8.Manually create a call-by-reference using a pointer.
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