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How come the value of last cout statement is
[blue] My sister's married name is name was [/blue]
char *c = "Bettye Lou Horn";
cout << "My sister's maiden name was" << c << "
c = c+11; // Make c point to the last name (the 12th character)
c = "Henderson";
c = c - 11; // Make c point to its original location.
cout << "My sister's married name is" << c << "
// when we use *c in cout statement only B prints why
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