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A Pointer is a common data type in computer programming. It holds the memory address of another element in the program, or a null value. Some programming languages do not allow direct use of pointers, but instead use reference?s. Pointers are often used to hold the base address of arrays and to make links between nodes in trees and linked lists.

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