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Null is a special value for a pointer (or reference?) that is used to signify that the pointer's target is not a valid data element. Often, 0 (zero) is used as the null value, as most operating systems consider it an error to try to access such a low memory address.

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Last edited October 1, 2001 6:41 am by BlckKnght (diff)