Topic: RtlStringCchCatW - what for it is necessary cchDest?
NTSTATUS RtlStringCchCatW (_Inout_ LPTSTR pszDest, _In_ size_t cchDest, _In_ LPCTSTR pszSrc); cchDest [in] The size, in characters, of the destination buffer. The maximum number of characters allowed is NTSTRSAFE_MAX_CCH. And what for it is necessary? Bluntly cycle to find \0 in single line, to write down further the second since it \0 - anything similar it is not necessary, and here function, and it is necessary each time persists in, to calculate how many there remains this size of the buffer, YES I TWIRLED IT And ALL COMMAND WORKING OVER IT, ON the BARE RUSTY ROUNDABOUT!!! Safety? Who needs to scoff at a kernel, especially over my modest driver when it is full of the applications written on with pluses, where a line on special high-level classes in which there is nothing similar, such how the browser, for example? Also can all the same most solve to me where to restrict, and where let scoff?