I have some doubts about the ponter we can see in page 58, *myPointer;
after being declared we can see:
myPointer = NULL;
and here we dont see the ’ * ’ anymore.
The same thing happens in page 69 with startOfBuffer, so if I got it right, one you have declared a pointer YOU DONT NEED TO SHOW THE ’ * ’ TO ASSING VARIABLE’S VALUE TO THE POINTER.
thanks!!..ah!..the book is great!!..even for a lawyer!!