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c++ - How does dereferencing of a function pointer happen? - Stack Overflow
OK, so what happens to a function value in an rvalue context? It is immediately and implicitly converted to a pointer to the original function value. If you dereference that pointer with *, you get the same function value back again, which is immediately and implicitly converted into a pointer. And you can do this as many times as you like.
c  pointer  c++  programming 
13 minutes ago by whip_lash
A Null Pointer Dereference Primer
In other words, a Null Pointer Dereference Vulnerability just means reading a NULL pointer.

That’s it.
c  vulnerability  exploit  pointer 
15 minutes ago by whip_lash
The journey back to C -
My journey back to C, through reading and practice
programming  c 
yesterday by jvalcke
Fast CSV parser for Python.
python  csv  c  library 
yesterday by ktr

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