char FAR* psz
unsigned int len Allocates a new string of len bytes, copies len bytes from the passed string into it, and then appends a null character. Valid for 32-bit systems only. Parameter psz A zero-terminated string to copy, or NULL to keep the string uninitialized. len Number of bytes to copy from psz. A null character is placed afterwards, making a total of len+1 bytes allocated. Return Value Points to a copy of the string or NULL, if insufficient memory exists. Comments If psz is NULL, a string of the requested length is allocated, but not initialized. The string psz can contain embedded null characters and need not end with a null. The returned string should later be freed with SysFreeString.
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