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bkelly13 wrote:
Note the _s on the end and the L prefixing the "%d"
The _s is a good thing as it helps to protect against buffer overflow, but less critical when you are sure that your buffer is big enough. The L prefix on your string is wrong, however, as you are using TCHAR so your buffer could be ASCII or Unicode. You should use the _T() macro around your strings, and the _countof() macro to specify the size thus:
TCHAR wsa_error_text[ 16 ];
...
_stprintf_s( wsa_error_text, _countof(wsa_error_text),  _T("%d"), wsa_error_code );


Alternatively make your project all ASCII or all Unicode.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.

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