Create an integer array of size 10.
Create functions for the following tasks and make sure to pass a pointer to the table (array) as an argument to each of them.
a. Populate the array with random numbers between 1 & 100 using pointers.
b. Modify three locations (of your choice) of the array with unique values using dereferencing.
c. Sort the array in the descending order using pointers.
d. Set the pointer to the central (middle) element of the array and multiply each element of the array by 10 using pointers.
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void populate_array(int *array)
for(i = 0; i < 10; i++)
array[i] = rand()%100 + 1;...
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