Provides the ability to add a pointer alignment value to a pointer typedef declaration.


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Specifies the alignment (8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256,...) for what the pointer points to.


This keyword can be added to a pointer typedef declaration to specify the alignment value of pointers declared for that pointer type.

This indicates to the compiler that the data referenced by the designated pointer is aligned by the indicated value, and the compiler can generate code based on that assumption. If this attribute is used incorrectly, and the data is not aligned to the designated value, the behavior is undefined.

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