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I think you have the parameter names backward so it's confusing to me.
After the strcpy, Result and Source should contain the same address, the value there should be 465, and the value at Destination should also be 456.
Is that what you see? Is that not what you want?

Be aware that you are not implementing a "swap" at all.


Unless there are other concerns, if you want to "swap" then swap the pointers, not the values:

C++
Result = Destination;
Destination = Source;
Source = Result;


modified 3-Aug-15 23:29pm.

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