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malloc inside function (I know... I *did* search google first ;)

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      08-24-2005 Removed) wrote: *** and top-posted - fixed ***
> Default User wrote:
>> (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
>>> Thanks Lawrence, at last some good advice here! I much prefer
>>> that way. It's funny, the cranks here got so worked up over
>>> coding style they forgot about substance

>> See any of a dozen recent messages about quoting some of the
>> previous message and how to do it from Google.

> Do you like top posting as well? I do

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