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It's all posturing.

This is a common problem that people have; they read what's easy, rather than what's relevant. If you really want to learn about the BSDs, you have to read through the source code. If you go by what people write in blogs, all you're getting is someone's opinion, not what will actually run on your machine.

Finally, an OpenBSD tutorial using strcmp? I believe they spell it strlcmp.

OpenBSD has lots of fine documentation. Read the man pages they aren't generally useless like the gnu ones.


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