Hmmm, a filename CANNOT contain a null without there being an IO error...
On 05/01/2006 6:36 PM, "Doug McNutt" <email@hidden> wrote:
> At 14:44 -0700 5/1/06, Greg Branche wrote:
>> At 15:53 -0500 5/1/06, Keith Esau wrote:
>>> Null is not usually considered a valid text (string) character. I am curious
>>> why you would want it to be considered part of a string. All C code dealing
>>> with strings will not be able to use it, and I suspect that is why MPW
> Hmm. I haven't seen Keith's comment yet but. . .
> The problem came up while trying to deal with a filename that contains a null.
> It's messing up some disk cleanup I want to do and likely was some shrewd
> procedure for copy protection. Time to get out the Pascal compiler and a ROM
> that uses Pascal calling sequences, I guess.
> Thanks for the ideas.
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