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5.12 Argz and Envz Vectors

argz vectors are vectors of strings in a contiguous block of memory, each element separated from its neighbors by null-characters ('\0').

Envz vectors are an extension of argz vectors where each element is a name-value pair, separated by a '=' character (as in a Unix environment).


 
 
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