The RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear routine searches a given bitmap for the preceding clear run of bits, starting from the specified index position.
ULONG RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear( _In_ PRTL_BITMAP BitMapHeader, _In_ ULONG FromIndex, _Out_ PULONG StartingRunIndex );
- BitMapHeader [in]
- FromIndex [in]
Specifies a zero-based bit position at which to start looking for a clear run of bits.
- StartingRunIndex [out]
Pointer to a variable in which the starting index of the clear run found in the bitmap is returned. This is a zero-based value indicating the bit position of the first clear bit in the run preceding the given FromIndex. Its value is meaningless if RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear cannot find a run of clear bits.
RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear returns the number of bits in the run beginning at StartingRunIndex, or zero if it cannot find a run of clear bits preceding FromIndex in the bitmap.
On checked builds of Windows Vista and earlier versions of Windows, the internal implementation of the RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear routine can fail a bogus assertion if the caller is running at IRQL = DISPATCH_LEVEL. The failure of this assertion is harmless and can safely be ignored.
Callers of RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear must be running at IRQL <= APC_LEVEL if the memory that contains the bitmap variable is pageable or the memory at BitMapHeader is pageable. Otherwise, RtlFindLastBackwardRunClear can be called at any IRQL.
|Available starting with Windows 2000.|
|<= APC_LEVEL (see Remarks section)|
Build date: 11/16/2013