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On Sunday 11 March 2007 16:35:50 Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> On Mar 11 2007 22:15, Cong WANG wrote:
> > Another question is about NULL. AFAIK, in user space, using NULL is
> > better than directly using 0 in C. In kernel, I know it used its own
> > NULL, which may be defined as ((void*)0), but it's _still_ different
> > from raw zero.
>
> In what way?
>
> >So can I say using NULL is better than 0 in kernel?
>
> On what basis? Do you even know what NULL is defined as in
> (C, not C++) userspace? Think about it.

IIRC, the glibc and GCC headers define NULL as (void*)0 :)

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> Jan


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