function copies a specified number of characters from a source string into a
| LPTSTR lpString1,
||// address of target buffer
| LPCTSTR lpString2,
||// address of source string
| int iMaxLength
||// number of bytes or characters to copy
Points to a buffer into which the function copies characters. The buffer must
be large enough to contain the number of bytes (ANSI version) or characters
(Unicode version) specified by iMaxLength
, including room for a terminating null character.
Points to a null-terminated string from which the function copies characters.
Specifies the number bytes (ANSI version) or characters (Unicode version) to
be copied from the string pointed to by lpString2
into the buffer pointed to by lpString1
, including a terminating null character.
If the function succeeds, the return value is a pointer to the buffer.
If the function fails, the return value is NULL. To get extended error
information, call GetLastError
Note that the buffer pointed to by lpString1
must be large enough to include a terminating null character, and the string
length value specified by iMaxLength
includes room for a terminating null character. Thus, the following code
TCHAR chBuffer ;
lstrcpyn(chBuffer, "abcdefghijklmnop", 4) ;
... copies the string "abc", followed by a terminating null character, to
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