You have a large sequence of edits where you're only removing the casting of an memory allocation to the target datatype in C. Why? The cast doesn't break anything, and (IIRC) resolves compiler warnings in some environments. If this is a stylistic issue, what's the stylistic standard you're drawing from? Finally, consider logging in; that's a lot of changes to be made anonymously in a short period of time. --Michael Mol 09:20, 20 June 2010 (UTC)
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