C - How to Use INTP as Integer Pointer using TypeDef in C Language.

IncludeHelp 12 August 2016

In this code snippet we will learn how to declare a typdef for integer pointer (int*)? if we don't want to use integer pointer (int*) every time in our program we want to customize it with a simple name. By using typedef we can make it simple like INTP (for integer pointer).

In this example we will declare INTP as Integer Pointer (int*) using typedef in c.

C Code Snippet - Integer Pointer as INTP using TypeDef in C

/*C – How to Use INTP as Integer Pointer using TypeDef 
in C Language.*/

#include <stdio.h>

//define typedef for integer pointer

typedef int* INTP;

int main(){
	//use INTP as integer pointer
	int normalVar;
	INTP number=&normalVar;
	printf("Enter an integer number: ");
	printf("number (using pointer) is: %d\n",*number);
	printf("number (using normalVar) is: %d\n",normalVar);
	return 0;
    Enter an integer number: 362436
    number (using pointer) is: 362436
    number (using normalVar) is: 362436



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