On 04/29/2013 12:49 AM, Stas Malyshev wrote:
>> Are you sure about this change?
>> Because this actually changes the semantics of the code. The following piece
>> of code will now evaluate differently than before:
>> *p <= ' '
> I also don't understand this change - this means 0xFF would now be
> skipped as space while before it was not. Is it the intended effect?
I reverted the change to make I dont break anything. The better option
would probably use the char * as it's passed and check for *p >= \0 &&
*p <= ' ',
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