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C library function - memcpy() Description. The C library function void *memcpy(void *str1, const void *str2, size_t n) copies n characters from memory area str2 to memory area str1.Why is memcpy banned in C++?
Because so many buffer overruns, and thus potential security exploits, have been traced to improper usage of memcpy, this function is listed among the "banned" functions by the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL). You may observe that some VC++ library classes continue to use memcpy.What is the difference between memmove and wmemcpy?
memcpy copies count bytes from src to dest; wmemcpy copies count wide characters (two bytes). If the source and destination overlap, the behavior of memcpy is undefined. Use memmove to handle overlapping regions. Important. Make sure that the destination buffer is the same size or larger than the source buffer.How to make it easier to use namemcs API?
Api Wrapper for https://namemc.com/ This moudule is to make it easier to use namemcs api. Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.