Cleaning up, found some more ‘exiting’ code

#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>

int main()
{
float x, y, *fp, *fp2;

x = 6.5;
printf(“Value of x is %f, address of x %ld\n”, x, &x);

fp = &x;
printf(“Value in memory location fp is %f\n”, *fp);

*fp = 9.2;
printf(“New value of x is %f = %f \n”, *fp, x);

*fp = *fp + 1.5;
printf(“Final value of x is %f = %f \n”, *fp, x);

y = *fp;
fp2 = fp;
printf(“Transfered value into y = %f and fp2 = %f \n”, y, *fp2);

return 0;

}

 

compiled and executed it:

$ ./testfloat
Value of x is 6.500000, address of x 140734612936552
Value in memory location fp is 6.500000
New value of x is 9.200000 = 9.200000
Final value of x is 10.700000 = 10.700000
Transfered value into y = 10.700000 and fp2 = 10.700000

o–kay ?? why did I have that on my server.