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    Set print static-members offDo not print static members when displaying a C++ object. Set print union onTell GDB to print unions which are contained in structures and other unions. Set print raw-values offPrint values in pretty-printed form, if there is a pretty-printer for the value , otherwise print the value in raw form. Short-locationPrint the frame level, the program counter , the function, the function arguments. For analysis messages on possible failures of frame argument values at function entry resolution see set debug entry-values. Show print array-indexesShow whether the index of each element is printed when displaying arrays. Set print symbol onTell GDB to print the symbol corresponding to an address, if one exists. Should you loved this short article and you would like to receive much more information relating to c print pointer assure visit our own web-site. Show print addressShow whether or not addresses are to be printed. Since pc and c are not initialized at initially, pointer pc points to either no address or a random address. And, variable c has an address but contains random garbage value. Here, a pointer pc and a normal variable c, both of type int, is created. And, the address of c is assigned to the pc pointer. If you have a variable var in your program, &var will give you its address in the memory. A pointer refers to some address in the program’s memory space. Now, ptr holds the value of myAge’s memory address. The correct format of printing pointer is always and strictly %p. This includes printing object pointer’s value that holds pointer of another object (e.g. pa with %p instead of the debugging version %v).

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