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`bzero'--initialize memory to zero

*Synopsis*
     #include <string.h>
     void bzero(void *B, size_t LENGTH);
   *Description*
`bzero' initializes LENGTH bytes of memory, starting at address B, to
zero.
*Returns*
`bzero' does not return a result.
*Portability*
`bzero' is in the Berkeley Software Distribution.  Neither ANSI C nor
the System V Interface Definition (Issue 2) require `bzero'.
   `bzero' requires no supporting OS subroutines.