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SubjectRe: 1352 NUL bytes at the end of a page?

> Who came up with that braindead idea? Is it some crazed Mach developer
> that infiltrated the glibc development

afaik it's optional and off by default, for reads it sort of kinda makes
sense but it can't be on by default otherwise a truncate would cause
fscanf() to throw a sigbus, that's not legal posix wise.

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