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By default, the code generated by
gperf operates on zero
terminated strings, the usual representation of strings in C. This means
that the keywords in the input file must not contain NUL characters,
and the str argument passed to
must be NUL terminated and have exactly length len.
If option `-c' is used, then the str argument does not need
to be NUL terminated. The code generated by
gperf will only
access the first len, not len+1, bytes starting at str.
However, the keywords in the input file still must not contain NUL
If option `-l' is used, then the hash table performs binary
comparison. The keywords in the input file may contain NUL characters,
written in string syntax as
\x00, and the code
gperf will treat NUL like any other character.
Also, in this case the `-c' option is ignored.
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