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If you''ve null-terminated the char*, you can loop through for-style, and keep a counter, terminating the loop when you hit null.

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Depends on the language, and how you''re actually calling it.

For example (valid in C, invalid in C++):

char name[4] = "Name"; /* No room for terminating null */

This would be non-null terminated.

However, just calling Func("Name"); should give you a null-terminated string in both C and C++.

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