A tired mind cannot comprehend pointer arithmetic

One of the problems in K. N. King’s C Programming: A Modern Approach asks the reader to write a function that takes a string and, using two pointers, reverses it.

I spent about two hours fighting against this relatively simple problem. Why? Because the part of my mind that understands with pointer arithmetic wasn’t engaged. The solution is relatively simple:

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