Misc / Unicode
dmitry at sloboda.ru
Tue Feb 6 08:27:14 CST 2001
"Francois Gouget" <fgouget at free.fr> wrote:
> I checked the other cases and I have this question. Why does everyone
> use 0 instead of '\0', 0 instead of FALSE, and '\0' instead of NULL? MS
> even does the reverse and uses NULL in places where '\0' or 0 would have
> been more appropriate. Man, if you know what you're doing prove it and
> use the appropriate form: either 0, '\0' or NULL.
> I know this comes from from someone who just forgot to put a trailing
> '\0'. But still.
IMO it doesn't matter in the most cases, if you do not mix pointer data type
(NULL) and others. '\0' == 0, and even better to use 0, because it automatically
get casted by the compiler to the appropriate data type.
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