Re: using literal zero for NULL

I see your point about the arg-list-end flag.

It seems it should be OK to use a zero in place of NULL when the argument is
of a type known to the compiler and NULL is a documented way to denote a
missing argument (e.g. optional window title string). Agree?

Thanks for the response.

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