The more interesting question
travert at phare.normalesup.org
Fri May 18 08:05:21 PDT 2012
"Steven Schveighoffer" , dans le message (digitalmars.D:167556), a
> toStringz can allocate a new block in order to ensure 0 gets added. This
> is ludicrous!
> You are trying to tell me that any time I want to call a C function with a
> string literal, I have to first heap-allocate it, even though I *know*
> it's safe.
How about "mystring\0".ptr ?
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