• Card 2 / 15: According to the following statement: const int *p;
    A) the value of the pointer p cannot change
    B) the value of the integer that p points to cannot change
    C) both pointer p and the value of the integer that p points tocannot change
    D) both pointer p and the value of the integer that p points to can change
    E) p is a constant pointer to int

    Answer:
    B) the value of the integer that p points to cannot change

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