Just wondering...
how, for example, a function like ctime() works. It looks like it allocates char[25] every time it's called without ever freeing the memory. Wouldn't it be more correct to take a pointer to an output parameter and let the calling program deal with the memory allocation?

Thanks
Boris.

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