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GeneralRe: wcscpy_s issues [modified] Viorel Bejan Pin
big_denny_2002-Jun-06 6:07
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What is happening ? I am replying to Viorel Bejan and this post gooes in reply to Zac Howland's post Confused | :confused:

Viorel Bejan wrote:
Since _tcscpy_s is expanded to wcscpy_s call in Unicode version, you must specify the size of destination buffer in 2-byte unicode characters, not in bytes. Universal solution can look like this:

_tcscpy_s(array,
sizeof(array) / sizeof(TCHAR),
strText);



You got halts even if the source string was short enought, because -- in Debug version -- this function fills the buffer with 0xFD value.


Could you be more explicit ?

MSDN says, that second parameter of wcscpy_s must specify size of destination buffer in bytes, therefore in Unicode build destination size will be 100 * sizeof(TCHAR) (which is equal to sizeof(array)), but in you case it will be 100(which is not the size of destination buffer)

I am little confused.

thanks

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