Answer: sizeof(void) will give compilation error.

Since Void is not a type, several features of C language will not work with it like:

  • De-referencing of void pointer using * is not possible
  • Sizeof() operator will give compilation error
  • Operators like ++, -- are not allowed
  • + or operators are not available

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