Re: using literal zero for NULL

On Mar 21, 2006, at 4:21 AM, mikecorn wrote:

Thanks. I am using c++ so I must use protptypes. I use -Wall also.

For C++, 0 is supposed to be preferred over NULL. For varargs, though, the compiler might not know your intent. I've seen places that state modern compliers treat NULL as exactly 0 (in which case static_cast<void*>(0) should do the trick), however you should probably check on a C++ newsgroup for details.

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