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In message <20030114031921.GD404@gtf.org> you write:
> Poo -- why not store the length in a temp, since the compiler does it
> behind the scenes anyway, and then memcpy instead of strcpy?

Apathy, mainly. There's a mild preference for using string functions
on strings, but... Naah, mainly it's pure lack of caring.

Hope that helps,
Rusty.
PS. If your apathy is less than mine, please submit replacement patch
to trivial.
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