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Why can't the existence of pointers to references is not possible.Please expalin me in detail.
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tmmet, you can have a pointer to a reference!  a reference is just another name for a variable that lets you manipulate the data in the variable directly.  so if you have a pointer to a variable, you automatically have a pointer to all of its references, simply by the nature of references.
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