From: Waider (waider at domain waider.ie)
Date: Thu 02 Aug 2001 - 09:43:10 IST
At Thursday, 2 August 2001, you wrote:
>The first call to strdup() allocates memory to hold the string and sets
>optionstring to that address. When the second strdup() call passes a
>*new* address to optionstring, what happens the previously allocated
>memory that optionstring *was* pointing to?
Memory leak. Per spec, too. You're responsible for cleaning up memory
allocated by strdup yourself.
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