> He's making the valid point that for:
>         struct foo *fee;
> It's possible that:
>         sizeof(struct foo) != (((char *)&fee[1]) - ((char *)&fee[0]))

Wouldn't that mean

.. struct X *xarr = malloc(sizeof (struct X) * arrayLen);

wouldn't produce a useable array of struct X of length arrayLen?
That can't be right.

Peter Edwards.

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