I was trying to explain the fact that the last printout statement would most likely
Quote: Let's just imagine, for a second, that free() did return a numeric value if pass/fail. Let's say NULL is a fail.
never be printed because of the construct of the if() statement even if free() did return a value.
I thought I made that perfectly clear... I think most people (brack) understood my point.
So next time if I want to describe a hypothetical argument, I will use "Let's pretend..." instead
of "Let's imagine..." so that everyone here will understand. :-)