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'ptrdata' is a pointer to a data type. The expression *ptrdata++ is evaluated as (in C++):

(1) *(ptrdata++)                                  (2) (*ptrdata)++

(3) *(ptrdata)++                                   (4) Depends on compiler 

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Post-increment (++) has higher precedence than dereference (*). Hence it increments the address that the pointer holds, then dereferences it

answer will be *(ptrdata++)

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