Although a void pointer is sufficient to store the address of any variable, we need typed pointer like pointer of integer or pointer of float etc. in our program because de-referencing of a void pointer is not possible. Also, since Void is not a type, several features of C language will not work with it like:
- Sizeof() operator will give compilation error
- Operators like ++, -- are not allowed
- + or – operators are not available
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