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The NullTerminated property specifies that either the last usable element of an array or buffer pointed to by a pointer contains the value zero. This property can be used with Pre and Post attributes. It is allowed on T* and T , where T is of integral or pointer type.
The NullTerminated property must be set using one of the following values:
SA_Yes - the array is null terminated.
SA_No - the array is not null terminated.
SA_Maybe - the array may be null terminated.
In C++, the SA_ prefix is optional.
The following code shows how to use the NullTerminated property:
// C #include <CodeAnalysis\SourceAnnotations.h> void f([SA_Pre(NullTerminated=SA_Yes)] char* pc); // C++ #include <CodeAnalysis\SourceAnnotations.h> using namespace vc_attributes; void f([Pre(NullTerminated=Yes)] char* pc);
NullTerminated property cannot be applied to a function pointer.