Reads a specified number of bytes starting at a specified offset from the
beginning of the byte array object.
| ULARGE_INTEGER ulOffset,
||//Specifies the starting point for reading data
| void *pv,
||//Points to the buffer into which the data is read
| ULONG cb,
||//Specifies the number of bytes to read
| ULONG *pcbRead
||//Pointer to location that contains actual number of bytes read
[in]Specifies the starting point from the beginning of the byte array for
[in]Points to the buffer into which the byte array is read.
[in]Specifies the number of bytes of data to attempt to read from the byte
[out]Pointer to a location where this method writes the actual number of bytes
read from the byte array. You can set this pointer to NULL to indicate that
you are not interested in this value. In this case, this method does not provide
the actual number of bytes read.
Indicates that the specified number of bytes were read, or the maximum number
of bytes were read up to the end of the byte array.
Data could not be read from the byte array.
The caller does not have permission to access the byte array.
This method reads bytes from the byte array object. It reports the number of
bytes that were actually read. This value may be less than the number of bytes
requested if an error occurs or if the end of the byte array is reached during
It is not an error to read less than the specified number of bytes if the
operation encounters the end of the byte array. Note that this is the same end of
file behavior as found in MS-DOS FAT file system files.
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