Avoiding "assignment from incompatible pointer type" warning
Sun Oct 13 09:08:00 GMT 2002
I've written a simple program that print out each bit of a floating point
variable so I can learn how floating point numbers are represented in
memory. The program contains the following statements:
float g = 2.0625;
p = &g;
The third statement above generates an "assignment from incompatible pointer
type" warning for obvious reasons. Other than this, the program compiles
fine and works.
My question is: Is there a way to properly assign a pointer of one type to
a variable of different type so that the warning is suppressed?
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