Re: if (blah) ...

From: Barry O'Mahony (Barryom@VISIO.COM)
Date: 08/19/99

>Ceartainly there are several places where it frees memory, then sets the
>to null, but where does it then turn around and base an if statement on the
>of the pointer which was just set to null as in the following line from

>>> > if (blah) printf("This is still printed.\n");

Emm, Does it not amount to the same thing. And the reasoning for setting it
to NULL afterwards is the same too??

Shades B )

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