cmd: Use NUL/0 instead of 0x00

Alexandre Julliard julliard at
Tue Sep 13 13:56:36 CDT 2011

Frédéric Delanoy <frederic.delanoy at> writes:

> Well IMHO '\0' clearly indicates a char value, while 0 could be an
> integer (not in this obvioius example of course).
> This way you've a visual indicator/differentiator with nearby integer
> values assignments like "foo_integer_var = 0", and this could make the
> code more readable IMO

They both mean the same thing, and I don't think the extra line noise
makes it more readable. But like I said, it's a matter of taste, and you
can use the way you prefer in your own code; the corollary is that you
can't change it in other people's code.

Alexandre Julliard
julliard at

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