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A function may return a pointer, but the programmer must ensure that the pointer ________?

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Is pointing to an object that is still valid after the return of the function

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In software engineering, a pointer is a programming language object that stores a memory address. This can be that of another worth situated in PC memory, or at times, that of memory-mapped PC equipment. A pointer indicates an area in memory, and acquiring the value put away at that area is known as dereferencing the pointer. a software engineer must guarantee that the pointer is highlighting an article that is still valid after the return of the function.
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