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QuestionDoes WaitForSingleObject timeout after 49 days if INFINITE is passed? Pin
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0xFFFF is a value which is literally NOT "passed". That is, it's something like a zero ("0") used in the BIOS that a user can select/type as input which, under advanced CPU settings for example, signals that "ALL" cores are to be used (say there are 16 cores). Which is not to say that 1, 2, 3, 4, etc cores can take zero's place in the control for the specific input value.

It seems contrary to common sense use that a real value can be used to represent a ceiling or a floor as such but when it is the case, generally there's a typed message/note to the substitution next to such a control.
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