>First things first: printf is expecting a valid (i.e. non-NULL) pointer for its %s argument so passing it a NULL is officially undefined. It may print "(null)" or it may delete all files on your hard drive--either is correct behavior as far as ANSI is concerned (at least, that's what Harbison and Steele tells me.)


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