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Outputs the text for a cell and indicates whether there is more text to be output for the cell.

This function is used to output a sequence of text initially started by using the SOPutText function.

If there is more text to output, the file parser must use a subsequent call or calls to the SOPutMoreText function to output the text. The 128 byte limit is for the convenience of the function processing SOPutMoreText.

VOID SOPutMoreText(

    WORD wCount,

    char VWPTR *pText,

    WORD bMore,

    HPROC reserved



Number of characters pointed to by pText. The number must not exceed 128 bytes.
Address of the string of text characters to output.
More data flag. This parameter can be the SO_YES value to indicate more text to be output or the SO_NO value to indicate none.
Reserved; do not use.

Return Values


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