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Re: [v3] libstdc++/6518
Paolo Carlini <email@example.com> writes:
|> Andreas Schwab wrote:
|> >Paolo Carlini <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
|> >|> Andreas Schwab wrote:
|> > |> |> >I'm talking about an string of length 0, not a null pointer. I
|> > cannot
|> >|> >find anything in the standard that requires badbit being set when an empty
|> >|> >string is passed to operator<<.
|> >|> >
|> >|> IMHO, this is a very good point:
|> >Why is it not a good point? This causes correct programs to fail.
|> Andreas, I said it is! I agree completely with you!
|> But now: what to do about that? I mean, please excuse my naivete: how to
|> tell a null terminated zero length string from a null pointer?!?
Err, what about comparing with NULL?
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