How to read and print matrix using pointers and Dynamic Memory Allocation1 min read

In this article we are going to demonstrate a program that reads the data in the form using pointers and we allocate the memory dynamically for the pointer operations to run.

We will get a brief understanding about the system memory and it’s instances.

What is Dynamic memory allocation ??

dynamic memory allocation refers to performing manual memorymanagement for dynamic memory allocation in the C programming language via a group of functions in the C standard library, namely malloc, realloc, calloc and free.

In the below  program we are going to establish a dynamic array to store the data.

We use the memory allocation functions for the allocation of the data into the individual index of the array.

Input and output for the above program is as follows:

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