I am trying to get a handle on stand alone pc programming, and I need to access a specific address in memory. I have a program that reads in a string representation of an address in hexidecimal. I want to be able to read from or write to that address. So, how do I declare a pointer to that address after converting the string representation to an integer with sscanf? I have looked through my c programming manual and all over online for a simple line of code that explains how to do this, but I have had no luck. All I can find are examples of how to declare a pointer and assign the address of a variable to it.