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_initterm, _initterm_e

 

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Internal methods that walk a table of function pointers and initialize them.

The first pointer is the starting location in the table and the second pointer is the ending location.

void __cdecl _initterm(  
   PVFV *,  
   PVFV *  
);  
  
int __cdecl _initterm_e(  
   PVFV *,  
   PVFV *  
);  

A non-zero error code if an initialization fails and throws an error; 0 if no error occurs.

These methods are only called internally during the initialization of a C++ program. Do not call these methods in a program.

When these methods walk a table of function entries, they skip NULL entries and continue.

Alphabetical Function Reference

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