Return value in cli_initialise wrong?
ulf.bertilsson at adcomdata.no
Thu Jun 14 12:43:15 GMT 2001
> > Well False is equal to zero which is equal to NULL so testing a
> > pointer against False should be the same as testing it against
> > NULL. It's a bit confusing though.
> If I understand the C standard correctly, NULL is not guaranteed to be
> zero, it just usually is. I could be wrong though.
'NULL' is not an value itself....
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