void initialization vs alignment holes

strtr strtr at spam.com
Sat Mar 6 12:15:21 PST 2010

This is probably going a bit above my head, but

"the existence of alignment holes in the objects is accounted for, usually by setting them all to 0 upon initialization"

I suspect this isn't the case for void initialization; if my struct has some alignment hole I better not void initialize it if ever I want to compare it with somthing.
Is this correct?
Would you ever have an alignment hole if all the struct contains are basic types(excluding bool)?

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