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How to write a record with pointer variables in a file in c++

We got problem while reading & writing a record of a class which contained several character pointers in a text file using c++.
We are using turboc3 compiler
I want to know how to write & read such a record

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If understand your question correctly , you don not work the pointer value but the contents the pointer is referring to.

Hope that makes sense

char* pointer = "some message";

pointer = 0x04556 *pointer = "s";


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Differentiate between nested and inner classes.Explain with examole

best shot that can attempt, hope it helps

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I don?t understand the use of pointers in C++

Pointers are variables which store memory address of other variables.
It is denoted by an astrix *
Pointers and normal variables must have same data types.
Need of Pointers:
As said pointers variables store memory addresses of other variables, this can be used when we want to perform some calculations on a variable, we pass the address of this variable to the function from using pointers, thus any changes made to the variable will directly affect the variable as it is pointed to the same memory location.
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Here are passing address of a to p. Make sure that the data types should be same.
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Pointers are most commonly used to allocate memory dynamically, using new operator.
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Dont forget to release the reserved memory using new operator by delete operator.
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Please rate. Thanks :)

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Please Solve this C++ Program

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Use and access

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Data
Public Class SaveImage
Shared Sub main()
Dim o As System.IO.FileStream
Dim r As StreamReader
Dim gifFile As String
Console.Write("Enter a Valid .Gif file path")
gifFile = Console.ReadLine
If Dir(gifFile) = "" Then
Console.Write("Invalid File Path")
Exit Sub
End If
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Catch ex As Exception
End Try
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