Given the variable ip, already declared as a pointer to an integer, write the code to dynamically allocate memory for a single integer value, assign the resulting pointer to ip, and initialize the integer value to 27.

Given the variable ip, already declared as a pointer to an integer, write the code to dynamically allocate memory for a single integer value, assign the resulting pointer to ip, and initialize the integer value to 27.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

Given the variable ip, already declared as a pointer to an integer, write the code to dynamically allocate memory for a single integer value, assign the resulting pointer to ip, and initialize the integer value to 27.

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