Re: NULL in C (was RE: Why would MS want to makeXML
> >This is going off-topic a bit, but two ways to represent > > 0C in C strings are: > > Yes, there are certainly reasonable ways to do it. Only if one is willing to give up the standardized convention for representing strings in C ... have a look at "strcpy", "strlen", "snprintf", and so on. Of course, if you wanted to shift development away from an open standard platform such as C+POSIX, and had thought you'd already gotten past the POSIX issue with a closed OS API ... ;) - Dave
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