[TUHS] Did realloc ever zero the new memory?
cowan at mercury.ccil.org
Sun Sep 13 23:45:39 AEST 2015
Derek Fawcus scripsit:
> While I'd pronounce zealloc as Zee-alloc; I'd not be inclined
> to pronounce zalloc that way, nor as Zed-alloc, but as Zal-loc
> (rhymes with Sal-loc). Maybe Larry had this pronounciation
> in mind?
> Similarly, I pronounce 'calloc' as Kal-loc not, See-alloc.
> So other folk from England should have no trouble :-)
Nor other Yanks. :-)
That, of course, leads directly to the vexed question of how to pronounce
"char". For me, it is "tcharr", for others "care".
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan cowan at ccil.org
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