No, the pointer cannot be deleted.
Yes, deleting a pointer in C is as easy as:
There is no such thing as a “deletes pointer” in C. All pointers are created when the program starts, and remain in existence until they are explicitly deleted by the programmer.
No, you don’t have to delete pointers. When you delete a pointer, the memory that it points to is freed.
There is no one definitive answer to this question as the deletion process for objects can vary depending on the object and C implementation. In general, however, deleting an object in C involves calling the delete() function and specifying the path to the object to be deleted.