Assume that ip and jp have both been declared to be pointers to int and that result has been declared to be an array of 100 elements. Assume further that ip has been initialized to point to an element in the first half of the array. Write a statement that makes jp point to the element in the array 5 positions after the one that ip points to.

Assume that ip and jp have both been declared to be pointers to int and that result has been declared to be an array of 100 elements. Assume further that ip has been initialized to point to an element in the first half of the array. Write a statement that makes jp point to the element in the array 5 positions after the one that ip points to.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Assume that ip and jp have both been declared to be pointers to int and that result has been declared to be an array of 100 elements. Assume further that ip has been initialized to point to an element in the first half of the array. Write a statement that makes jp point to the element in the array 5 positions after the one that ip points to.

SOLUTION:



jp = ip + 5;

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