Verifies that the caller has execute access to the specified range of memory.
A pointer to the first byte of the memory block.
The size of the memory block, in bytes. If this parameter is zero, the return value is True.
If the caller has any execute access to all bytes in the specified memory range, the return value is True.
If the caller does not have a execute access to all bytes in the specified memory range, the return value is False.
This is the simple wrapper for GetReadableSize function.
See GetReadableSize for more information.
Use this routine with caution. It's heuristic. Even when the function indicates that the process has execute access to the specified memory, you should use structured exception handling when attempting to access the memory - because other thread may release this memory between checking and actual access.
Build date: 2019-02-25
Last edited: 2019-02-25
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