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dynamic integer pointers

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tried to solve but having problems with this. P and Q are declared as dynamic integer points, what is printed by the following statements:
int *P=new int; int*Q= new int; Q=P; *Q=4; cout<<*P; cout<<*Q; int*Q= new int; *Q=5; cout<<*P; cout<<*Q;
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