if so, a horrible case where the file is 0101010101 would seem to be miserable (or any file that uses null as a field separator)
is there any way to tune how _many_ 0's have to be found before it's considered a hole?
while most media uses 512 byte blocks (and therefor holes can only really be in multiples of 512 bytes aligned on multiples of 512) I think it would be bad to assume that this will always be the case.
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