On Sun, 28 Aug 2005, Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho wrote:
> This is not true under C99. If an array is the last member of a
> struct (which is what we are, AFAIK, talking about), then sizeof that
> struct is defined and gives the size of that struct as if the array's
> size were zero (but the struct cannot be used in an automatic context).
Ahh, thanks. Mea culpa, I thought it was illegal in general. In that case,
the only reason not to use  is that older gcc's don't like it, but even
that version cut-off may be old enough to not matter.
Anybody know? gcc-2.95 is still considered production at least for the
kernel. I don't have it available to test whether it understands 
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