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NSString stringWithUTF8String: length:


From: J . Aaron Pendergrass
Subject: NSString stringWithUTF8String: length:
Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 22:43:41 -0500

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Hey folks,
I'm working on a client for apple's daap protocol (iTunes music sharing). And it uses UTF8 string encoding when sending strings across the network, so I frequently use NSString's stringWithUTF8String: length: (or initWithUTF8String: length:), and it usually works just fine. But sometimes there is some extra garbage at the end of the NSString. For instance: The string "Hip Hop" (no quotes) sometimes becomes "Hip Hop@" and "Comedic" is sometimes "address@hidden"
"Top 25 Most Played"  comes out as "Top 25 Most Played19"  and so on.

I'm pretty sure I have the length and everything set correctly.
Does anyone know what the problem could be?
thanks
aaron
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