What is true about the variable named ptr?

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void *ptr;

  • It is a pointer initialized at NULL.
  • It is a pointer to a void function.
  • That declaration causes a compiler error, as pointers must specify a type.
  • It is a pointer to a value with no specific type, so it may be cast to point to any type.
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