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  • There isn't a buffer overflow risk with using strcmp. The argv from main are always properly zero-terminated. They could be pretty large but that doesn't matter cause I don't see them being copied.

    Also, the risk with strcmp with a big buffer is a segfault. There is no writing going on so there is no buffer overflow danger.