How a reference is different from a pointer?

a) A reference cannot be null
b) A reference once established cannot be changed
c) The reference doesn’t need an explicit dereferencing mechanism
d) All of the mentioned

1 thought on “How a reference is different from a pointer?”

  1. d
    Explanation: References can never be NULL. It is not allowed to change a reference once allocated. Referencing does not need an explicit referencing operator.

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