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Discussion on: When a var really isn't a var (ft. String Literals)

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When you dereference the pointer you get the full array contents which, yes, get copied to stack memory (assuming we're inside a function) and that then you can modify, since that memory is yours

Ok, this is the context I was missing (basically dereferring "x".*) creates a copy on the Stack that I can then modify. Thanks !