in reply to Re: The Ovidian Transform
in thread The Ovidian Transform

If you're not counting on some sort of optimization based on alignment why do a string copy at all?
while ( *str++ != '|' ); date[0] = str[4]; date[1] = str[5]; date[2] = str[6]; date[3] = str[7]; date[4] = str[0]; date[5] = str[1]; date[6] = str[2]; date[7] = str[3];
Or am I not remembering C correctly?


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Re: Re: Re: The Ovidian Transform
by jmcnamara (Monsignor) on Jan 02, 2002 at 22:24 UTC

    You are correct the strncpy is superfluous. The string terminator is missing but newSVpv() has been called with an explicit length so it doesn't matter.

    All in all I would prefer jcwren's methodology.

    John (wishes there was a C-monks).