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Setting a chunk of memory to NULL

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I know there''s the the zeromemory function, but that''s a windows function. Isn''t there just a regular ol ascii C version of that function. I remember something like zeromem, but I can''t find it in the sdk. Thanks in advance --Vic--

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The memset() function will do it for you.


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It's memset:


void * memset ( void * buffer, int c, size_t num );


Fills 'num' bytes of 'buffer' with the character 'c'.

[edited by - TravisWells on January 30, 2003 12:51:18 AM]

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