he shoots a basket from three yards away making it a three pointer
A Two pointer is when the basket ball is shot from inside the three point line, it can be called a regular basket
Free throw, 2 pointer, 3 pointer.
The first man to score a three pointer was RONALD-BYERS he was an true basket baller. It was made in 1945
Through a three pointer. If you are successful you will make the basket. SIMPLE!
Three Points is made in if it is taken from beyond the three-point arc which is 6.25 metres (20 ft 6 in) from the basket in international games and 23 feet 9 inches (7.24 m) in NBA games.
You simply shoot the ball into the basket. The only difference from other shots is that you must be standing behind the three point circle for it to count as a three pointer. The circle is generally a line that extends past the key and around the basket.
When a player scores a basket within the three-pointer semi circle.
The college 3 pointer is exactly 2 feet away from the rim and corner threes are 1 feet
Far and near pointer is only introduced in turbo C compiler.When the pointer refers to an address in the same segment it is called near pointer, but when it refers to an address in another segment it is called far pointer.
Depends on your school.
was 19.9 now its 20.9
22 ft 9 in
21 feet from the basket
1 pointer-free throw 2 pointer-shot made within the 3 point line 3 pointer-shot made behind the 3 point line
The high school three point line measures 19 feet 9 inches from the basket.
The only way you can get three points is to score a 3-pointer, by shooting and getting a basket from behind the 3-point line.
If you are standing behind the three point line, the arc going around the hoop, it is a three-pointer. Any other shot is a two-pointer.
Pointer is a variable that is used to store the memory address of another variable. There are differenr types of pointers: NULL pointer THIS pointer VOID pointer NEAR pointer HUGE pointer FAR pointer WILD pointer
Sure, constant integer values can be converted to far pointers, but I really don't know why should you do that:void far *ptr = (void far *)3;
On far pointers the comparison operators(== and !=) check the 32 bit value. While >, =,