[getting old punched cards read]

From: Captain Napalm <spc_at_armigeron.com>
Date: Fri Apr 24 19:32:05 1998

It was thus said that the Great Pete Turnbull once stated:
> On Apr 24, 17:10, Bob Withers wrote:
> > There's a big difference between a NUL string and a NULL pointer.
> Yes, but that's not what I wrote. A null string is an empty string (no
> characters). A NUL string would be a string with a single ASCII NUL
> character in it -- and rather hard to manipulate in C, since NULs mark the
> ends. Nevertheless, they do exist, though that wasn't what I was talking
> about.

  And what I was talking about was NULL pointers, which strcpy() doesn't

  -spc (and it's a NULL POINTER that strtok() will return, not a NULL
Received on Fri Apr 24 1998 - 19:32:05 BST

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