Zeros of a Lipschitz function [closed]

So my question is the following:

Let f be a real Lipschitz continuous function defined on a an interval of R.

Consider the set of points that are zeros of the function and every neighborhood of the point contains a non zero of the function.

Does this set have a null measure?

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No. Consider $$f(x) = \operatorname{dist}(x, E)$$ where $$E$$ is a "fat Cantor set".