Variable Number of Arguments

What will be the output of the program?
void fun1(char, int, int *, float *, char *);
void fun2(char ch, ...);
void (*p1)(char, int, int *, float *, char *);
void (*p2)(char ch, ...);

int main()
    char ch='A'; int i=10;
    float f=3.14; char *p='Hello';
    (*p1)(ch, i, &i, &f, p);
    (*p2)(ch, i, &i, &f, p);
    return 0;
void fun1(char ch, int i, int *pi, float *pf, char *p)
    printf('%c %d %d %f %s \n', ch, i, *pi, *pf, p);
void fun2(char ch, ...)
    int i, *pi; float *pf; char *p;
    va_list list;
    printf('%c ', ch);
    va_start(list, ch);
    i = va_arg(list, int);
    printf('%d ', i);
    pi = va_arg(list, int*);
    printf('%d ', *pi);
    pf = va_arg(list, float*);
    printf('%f ', *pf);
    p = va_arg(list, char *);
    printf('%s', p);

A A 10 3.14
A 10 3.14

B A 10 10 3.140000 Hello
A 10 10 3.140000 Hello

C A 10 Hello
A 10 Hello

D Error

ANS:A - A 10 3.14
A 10 3.14

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