Leveraging the following common string utility has been quite helpful, but would like to get rid of a warning: function stringToBytes32(string memory source) returns (bytes32 result) { assembly { result := mload(add(source, 32)) } return result; } But upon updating the compiler to 0.4.11, I see warnings during compilation, indicating the variable, "source" Unused local variable Anu suggestions on whether this is due to a compiler update, or the usage of 'memory' keyword?

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