How to assign pointer address manually in C programming language?

Like this:

void * p = (void *)0x28ff44;

Or if you want it as a char *:

char * p = (char *)0x28ff44;


If you’re pointing to something you really, really aren’t meant to change, add a const:

const void * p = (const void *)0x28ff44;
const char * p = (const char *)0x28ff44;

…since I figure this must be some kind of “well-known address” and those are typically (though by no means always) read-only.

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