Dereferencing a null pointersuggest change
This is an example of dereferencing a NULL pointer, causing undefined behavior.
int * pointer = NULL; int value = *pointer; /* Dereferencing happens here */
NULL pointer is guaranteed by the C standard to compare unequal to any pointer to a valid object, and dereferencing it invokes undefined behavior.
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