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what makes you think that secret should have a value? did you put a value in there to begin with? calloc & malloc init the values to 0 of all memory allocated. so unless you strcpy a value into secret, you'll be missing a value.
AFAIK calloc just returns aligned allocated memory blocks. since you have types of different sizes, you should use malloc
Last edited by lackluster; 09-08-2002 at 11:34 AM.