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C passing parameter by reference

Need a C program that has a declaration in main () to store the following numbers into an array named rates:2.3,3.3,4.4,5.5,6.0. There should be a function call to show () that accepts rates in a parameter named rates and then displays the numbers using the pointer notation *(rates + i).

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If I understand correctly, you are asking how a program can be created that
1. Declares and stores four(4) real numbers.
2. Calls another function called show() which
2a. Accepts the parameter named rates and
2b. Displays the parameter ( the array in main() ) by some print function and using pointer notation *(rates+i)
You require an understanding of pointers and how to pass and receive parameter by reference in order to solve this fairly straightforward problem.

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How a program can be created so that
1. Declares and stores four(4) real numbers.
2. Calls another function called show() which
2a. Accepts the parameter named rates and
2b. Displays the parameter ( the array in main() ) by some print function and using pointer notation *(rates+i)
You require an understanding of pointers and how to pass and receive parameter by reference in order to solve this fairly straightforward problem.

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