# C – Structures and Pointers1 min read

In this tutorial, you will learn how to use pointers in structure and how to access the members of structure using pointer. But before, if you do not know about structure and pointers click the link below.

### Use of pointer in Structure in C

We use pointers in structure to define a pointer variable of the struct. Just like we define the pointer with any other variable, a pointer is also defined with struct in the same way.

Now struct_pointer points to the structure. And we can store the address of the structure variables in that pointer.

### Accessing Structure members using pointer.

As discussed earlier in Structure, there are two ways to access the members of the structure. One is dot operator(`.`) (already discussed), another is `->` operator.

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