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Article:
  Strings in Cocoa: Part I
Subject:   Why not correct the wrong example
Date:   2001-07-06 17:06:32
From:   briandds
Response to: Why not correct the wrong example

Um, it's still wrong. strcmp() returns zero if the strings are identical, so the code there should be:


if ( !strcmp(string1, string2) ) {
// do the following code
}


There wasn't much substance to this particular article anyway, so I don't know that it matters.