Allocates a block of memory.
| ULONG cb
||//The size of the requested memory block in bytes
[in] Specifies the size (in bytes) of the memory block to be allocated.
Pointer to the allocated memory block
Memory block allocated successfully.
Insufficient memory available.
method allocates a memory block in essentially the same way that the C
The initial contents of the returned memory block are undefined
there is no guarantee that the block has been initialized, so you should
initialize it in your code. The allocated block may be larger than cb
bytes because of the space required for alignment and for maintenance
is zero, IMalloc::Alloc
allocates a zero-length item and returns a valid pointer to that item. If
there is insufficient memory available, IMalloc::Alloc
Applications should always check the return value from this method, even
when requesting small amounts of memory, because there is no guarantee the memory
will be allocated.
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