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dfacobjs Sample: C Run-Time _CrtDoForAllClientObjects Function

The dfacobjs sample shows how to use the _CrtDoForAllClientObjects function to iterate through a linked list of client objects.


This sample is not supported on the Intel Itanium processors.

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  1. Open the solution dfacobjs.sln.

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This sample uses the following keywords:

_crtdoforallclientobjects; _crtismemoryblock; _crtsetdbgflag; _free_dbg; _malloc_dbg; aboutbox; createinstance; creatememoryblock; displaystring; div; donttouch; exit; get_size; helpstring; id; iid_is; module; myclientobjecthook; pointer_default; printf; put_size; restorememorytoheap; uuid