Need some help.

From: Matt Read (
Date: 03/26/94

I know this isn't EXACTLY the right place to ask the question but the list has
been a bit dead recently, so I thought I'd give you something to read.

Ok,if these are the facts:  	char *arg;
	 			arg = "d+3";

How come the if statment:	if ( (*(arg+1) != '+'))
				  { /* whatever */ }

Always returns true, ie even though the second char in the argument is '+',
{ /* whatever */ ) is still executed?

I hope someone can's got me a bit confused...
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