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How to write a simple but effective TCP/IP port scanner for Win32

, 27 Oct 2001 133.9K 6K 98
An article on how to write a TCP/IP port scanner with a GUI, based on the MFC's property sheet paradigm
	Copia con controllo sulla dimensione (CRT).
	Luca Piergentili, 15/05/98
#include "env.h"
#include "pragma.h"
#include <string.h>
#include "strcpyn.h"


	Passare sizeof, copia sizeof - 1, dimensionare quindi il buffer con la quantita' + 1:
	char s1[DIM+1];
	char* p = "...";
	strcpyn(s1,p,DIM+1); -> s1[DIM+1] = 0
char* strcpyn(char* s1,const char *s2,int size)

	if(!s2 || !*s2)

	char* p = strncpy(s1,s2,size);
	s1[size-1] = '\0';


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