Reply Mon 21 Nov, 2022 09:57 am
Can someone explain to me the punchline? Assuming its a computer programming/language issue.
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Reply Mon 21 Nov, 2022 12:22 pm
On the XKCD Facebook page, someone answered my question with the following:
a 0 byte value indicates the end of a string in C. 0 is often referred to as null depending on the context. E.g. null pointer is a pointer with the value o.

Still over my head.
Reply Mon 21 Nov, 2022 12:27 pm
Anther Facebook reply dropped this link off. If anyone else in interested in the possible explanation.
Explaine XKCD: 2700: Account Problems
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