compare struct in6_addr

From: William Ahern (
Date: 10/11/03

Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2003 20:32:57 -0700

how does one compare a struct in6_addr? can i just memcmp() the s6_addr
member, as i would do the s_addr member from a struct in_addr?



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