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A null pointer is a pointer variable with the value 0. In general, most programmers like to initialize pointers to Null (0) on the creation of new pointer variables. Computer programs, in general, can't access the memory address 0 (it is reserved), so if you try to reference a Null pointer, your program will crash,


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