Compatible pointer types
For two pointer types to be compatible,
the types they point to must be compatible
and the two pointers must be identically qualified.
Recall that the qualifiers for a pointer are specified
so that these two declarations:
int const cpi;
int volatile vpi;
declare two differently qualified pointers to the same type, int.
Compatible array types
Single compilation compatibility
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