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1. Which of the following statements mentioning the name of the array begins DOES NOT yield the base address? 1: When array name is used with the sizeof operator. 2: When array name is operand of the & operator. 3: When array name is passed to scanf() function. 4: When array name is passed to printf() function.





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  • By: guest on 01 Jun 2017 06.00 pm
    The statement 1 and 2 does not yield the base address of the array. While the scanf() and printf() yields the base address of the array.
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