Hi Barbara

Many thanks. I have consolidated another kerning.
What this tells me is I must RTM and never assume how things work in C.


From: Barbara Morris <bmorris@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2014 18:07:11 -0400

On 2014-09-24 03:14, Frank Kolmann wrote:
Seems that strcmp and sizeof need null terminated strings to work.

sizeof is a compile-time size. If you have char *p, then sizeof(p) is 16
and sizeof(*p) is 1.
If you have int *p, then sizeof(p) is 16 and sizeof(*p) is 4.
(On the IBM i, at least; sizeof(p) would be 4 for many/most platforms.)
strlen is the function for getting the length of a null-terminated string

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