Re: more void* vs. char*
Eric Salo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 14 Mar 1996 12:33:57 -0800
> In addition to these advantages for choice #1 (string manipulation and
> simplicity), it enhances the chances for getting more portability down
> the road (for example: "auto-magically" several implementations decide
> that the string is a sequence of tokens with the "host" token specifying
> the hostname, the "arch" token specifying the architecture, etc..).
> This sets the stage for evolutionary standardization and IMO that's
> a "good thing" to have. :-)
I agree with Raja.
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