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On Aug 31 15:35, Sam Steingold wrote:
> > * Corinna Vinschen <pbevaan-pltjva@pltjva.pbz> [2004-08-31 21:08:26 +0200]:
> > - EnumProcessModules is NT >= 4 only but not loaded dynamically (see
> > nor tested for non-existance.  Generally,
> > EnumProcessModules is called w/o checking the return value.
> 1. what is "n" in LoadDLLfunc?
> 2. how do I test for non-existance?

There's a description in the source dir how autoload works, see

> 3. the first call to EnumProcessModules is known to fail. it is there
>    for that specific reason - to fail and return "needed".

Sure, but there's an important difference.  In the normal case,
EnumProcessModules will return TRUE and sets n to a useful value.
What do you do if EnumProcessModules returns FALSE?

> >   I'd like to ask you to read
> > and send us a copyright assignment if
> > possible.
> ok.

Thanks!  It will take some time but perhaps you want to contribute
a lot more code and the assignment has to be send only once ;-)


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