[Bug 42042] strchr(3) and memchr(3) should explain behaviour when character 'c' is '\0'.

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--- Comment #4 from James Hunt <jamesodhunt@xxxxxxxxx>  2011-08-31 09:15:31 ---
Test program run on:

- Ubuntu Natty (11.04) system with libc6 version 2.13-0ubuntu13 (egcs).
- Fedora 15 system with glibc version 2.13.90-9.

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