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int *p = NULL ,c , *q;
c=10;
p = &c;
q = p; 

printf ("%d and %d ",&p, &q );

Output: 2686788 and 2686780

========================= My question is: As far I assume, I thought the memory address will be same, as I have assigned p into q. May be I am wrong.

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You are printing the address of the pointers themselves, not the pointer values:

// Prints the memory location of the pointers
printf ("%d and %d\n", &p, &q);

// Prints the values of the pointers
printf ("%d and %d\n",  p,  q);

// Prints the values that the pointers point to
printf ("%d and %d\n", *p, *q);

Hope so you find your answer!

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