address operator

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address operator

A programming symbol that references the address of data rather than the data itself. In the following example, the C/C++ statement var1 = var2; places the contents of VAR2 into VAR1. However, an ampersand in front of the variable name (var1 = &var;) places the address of VAR2, not the data, into VAR1. See ampersand.


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About six years ago--to be exact, upon the 4th of May, 1882--an advertisement appeared in the Times asking for the address of Miss Mary Morstan and stating that it would be to her advantage to come forward.
These instructions were followed by the name and address of Pesca's employer in Portland Place--and there the note, or memorandum, ended.
rakidjiynik with administrative address of landed property with identifier 80323.63.4 in the area "pod mts".
The Digital Addressing system will enable the postman to locate the customer anywhere in the country, and also assist security operatives in having a well-detailed address of Nigerians so that perpetrators of crimes will be easily apprehended.
Letters and notifications are sent to the address of record for the nurse.
(13) Address of Queen Elizabeth-II to Parliament on 08.10.1997.
The address of just one UPS Store in southwest Austin, for instance, was listed by 45 Texas drivers as their home address (including, oddly, one member of the American Phoenix Foundation, the nonprofit group that has been following lawmakers and secretly videotaping them).
The database of users of static IP address should contain IP address of a subscriber, actual address, identification data of user, date of designation of IP address, date of stop of use of IP address by a user.
Theoretically, it should be very easy to track down the IP address of an anonymous blogger because the address should be stored in IP address logs.
Universal Address) on a web form to let the user to input the Universal Address of their location - the most useful geocode in the world no matter whether it is their house or a temporary campsite.
This is a bit mask that is used to determine the network address of a given IP address and the host/node address.