"Bill Cunningham" <nospam@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
"Joe Pfeiffer" <pfeiffer@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Neither. Why would the length of a string have a character added to
I guess I've been being told that strlen doesn't recognize the \0 at the
end of a string. Some have told me to use strlen(string)+1. My references do
say that about strlen. Maybe I have misunderstood somewhere.
strlen(string)+1 is correct (I'm one of the ones who has told you
that). strlen(string)+'\n' is what I was pointing out as nonsensical.
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