I've recently decided that I just have to finally learn C/C++, and there is one thing I do not really understand about pointers or more precisely, their definition.
How about these examples:
int * test;
int * test,test2;
Now, to my understanding, the first three cases are all doing the same: Test is not an int, but a pointer to one.
The second set of examples is a bit more tricky. In case 4, both test and test2 will be pointers to an int, whereas in case 5, only test is a pointer, whereas test2 is a "real" int. What about case 6? Same as case 5?