Map is an unordered collection of key-value pairs where each key is unique and implements hash-table data structure that offer fast lookups, adds and deletes. They are also called associative arrays or dictionaries. They are perfert for searching values. If given the key, the associated value can be retrieved very quickly. Creating map A map…
Programs store values in memory, and each memory block (or word) has an address, which is usually represented as a hexadecimal number.
Pointer is a special type that holds the address of a variable.