Your question isn't very clear.
If by "8 objects" you mean 8 instances of the same struct, then your question doesn't follow logically because there is no such thing as a "pointer of the structure." A pointer can point to an struct object, but a pointer can't point to the struct itself. Just like you can't code int* p=int;
to point to the int variable type.
If by "8 objects" you mean 8 data members of a single struct, then a pointer to any of the 8 data members of an object of that struct wouldn't constitute a "pointer of the structure," for the same reason that I explained in the first paragraph.