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SubjectRe: NULL. Again. (was Re: [PATCH] 2.4.22pre10: {,un}likely_p())
Chip Salzenberg wrote:
> According to Jamie Lokier:
> > Not just K&R. These are different because of varargs:
> > printf ("%p", NULL);
> > printf ("%p", 0);
>
> *SIGH* I thought incorrect folk wisdom about NULL and zero and pointer
> conversions had long since died out. More fool I. Please, *please*,
> _no_one_else_ argue about NULL/zero/false etc. until after reading this:
>
> ===[[ http://www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/s5.html ]]===

Thanks Chip; I am much enlightened. That is a fine URL.

To onlookers: neither of those printf statements is portable :)

-- Jamie

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