Sets the upper limit for the size of a memory allocation that will be supported by the small-block heap.
int _set_sbh_threshold( size_t size );
- The new small-block threshold size to be set.
Returns 1 if the operation of setting the small-block threshold size is successful. Returns 0 if the input threshold size is too big.
_set_sbh_threshold sets the current threshold value for the small-block heap. The default threshold size is 1016 bytes for Windows 95, 98, ME and Windows NT, and zero for Windows 2000 and later platforms. By default, the small-block heap is not used on Windows 2000 and later platforms, though _set_sbh_threshold can be called with a nonzero value to enable the small-block heap in those instances.
|_set_sbh_threshold||<malloc.h>||Win 98, Win Me, Win NT, Win 2000, Win XP|
For additional compatibility information, see Compatibility in the Introduction.
All versions of the C run-time libraries.