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    SubjectRe: lots of code could be simplified by using ARRAY_SIZE()
    Hi!

    > there are numerous places throughout the source tree that apparently
    > calculate the size of an array using the construct
    > "sizeof(fubar)/sizeof(fubar[0])". see for yourself:
    >
    > $ grep -Er "sizeof\((.*)\) ?/ ?sizeof\(\1\[0\]\)" *
    >
    > but we already have, from "include/linux/kernel.h":
    >
    > #define ARRAY_SIZE(x) (sizeof(x) / sizeof((x)[0]))

    Hmmm. quite misleading name :-(. ARRAY_LEN would be better.

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