Run-Time Error Checking
The C run-time library contains the functions that support run-time error checks (RTC). Run-time error checking allows you to build your program such that certain kinds of run-time errors are reported. You specify how the errors are reported and which kinds of errors are reported. For more information, see How to: Use Native Run-Time Checks.
Use the following functions to customize the way your program does run-time error checking.
Run-Time Error Checking Functions
|_RTC_GetErrDesc||Returns a brief description of a run-time error check type.|
|_RTC_NumErrors||Returns the total number of errors that can be detected by run-time error checks.|
|_RTC_SetErrorFunc||Designates a function as the handler for reporting run-time error checks.|
|_RTC_SetErrorType||Associates an error that is detected by run-time error checks with a type.|
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