Category : C Source Code
Archive   : DMAKE38B.ZIP
Filename : CALLOC.C

 
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/*
* (c) Copyright 1990 Conor P. Cahill (uunet!virtech!cpcahil).
* You may copy, distribute, and use this software as long as this
* copyright statement is not removed.
*/
#include

/*
* Function: calloc()
*
* Purpose: to allocate and nullify a data area
*
* Arguments: nelem - number of elements
* elsize - size of each element
*
* Returns: NULL - if malloc fails
* or pointer to allocated space
*
* Narrative: determine size of area to malloc
* malloc area.
* if malloc succeeds
* fill area with nulls
* return ptr to malloc'd region
*/
#ifndef lint
static char rcs_header[] = "$Id: calloc.c,v 1.1 1992/01/24 03:28:58 dvadura Exp $";
#endif

char *
calloc(nelem,elsize)
unsigned int nelem;
unsigned int elsize;
{
char * malloc();
char * memset();
char * ptr;
unsigned int size;

size = elsize * nelem;

if( (ptr = malloc(size)) != NULL)
{
(void) memset(ptr,'\0',(int)size);
}

return(ptr);
}


/*
* $Log: calloc.c,v $
* Revision 1.1 1992/01/24 03:28:58 dvadura
* dmake Version 3.8, Initial revision
*
* Revision 1.6 90/05/11 00:13:07 cpcahil
* added copyright statment
*
* Revision 1.5 90/02/24 20:41:57 cpcahil
* lint changes.
*
* Revision 1.4 90/02/24 17:25:47 cpcahil
* changed $header to $id so full path isn't included.
*
* Revision 1.3 90/02/24 13:32:24 cpcahil
* added function header. moved log to end of file.
*
* Revision 1.2 90/02/22 23:08:26 cpcahil
* fixed rcs_header line
*
* Revision 1.1 90/02/22 23:07:38 cpcahil
* Initial revision
*
*/


  3 Responses to “Category : C Source Code
Archive   : DMAKE38B.ZIP
Filename : CALLOC.C

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