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  1. Dangling pointers arise when an object is deleted or de-allocated, without modifying the value of the pointer, so that the pointer still points to the memory location of the de-allocated memory. In short pointer pointing to non-existing memory location is called dangling pointer. Example: #include<stdlib.h> { char *ptr = malloc(Constant_Value); ....... ....... ....... free (ptr); /* ptr now becomes a dangling pointer */ }
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