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SnmpUtilMemReAlloc info  Overview  Group

The SnmpUtilMemReAlloc function changes the size of the specified memory object.

LPVOID SnmpUtilMemReAlloc(

    LPVOID Addr,

// pointer to memory object

    UINT Size

// bytes to allocate



[in] Pointer to the memory object to be resized.
[in] The number of bytes to allocate for the new memory object.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is a pointer to the newly allocated memory object.

If the function fails, the return value is NULL.


Use the SnmpUtilMemFree function to release memory that the SnmpUtilMemReAlloc function allocates.

See Also

SnmpUtilMemAlloc, SnmpUtilMemFree

See also:

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