Gets the size of the specified heap block.
 Returns:
 The actual size of the heap block.
0 if pv is NULL or it doesn't point to a valid heap block. An invalid pv can also cause traps or trigger assertions.
 Parameters:

 Heap  The heap. This is optional and will only be used for strict assertions. 
 pv  The heap block returned by RTHeapSimple 
Gets the size of the heap.
This size includes all the internal heap structures. So, even if the heap is empty the RTHeapSimpleGetFreeSize() will never reach the heap size returned by this function.
 Returns:
 The heap size.
0 if heap was safely detected as being bad.
 Parameters:

Returns the sum of all free heap blocks.
This is the amount of memory you can theoretically allocate if you do allocations exactly matching the free blocks.
 Returns:
 The size of the free blocks.
0 if heap was safely detected as being bad.
 Parameters:

Gets the size of the specified heap block.
 Returns:
 The actual size of the heap block.
0 if pv is NULL or it doesn't point to a valid heap block. An invalid pv can also cause traps or trigger assertions.
 Parameters:

 hHeap  The heap handle. This is optional and will only be used for strict assertions. 
 pv  The heap block returned by RTHeapOffset 
Gets the size of the heap.
This size includes all the internal heap structures. So, even if the heap is empty the RTHeapOffsetGetFreeSize() will never reach the heap size returned by this function.
 Returns:
 The heap size.
0 if heap was safely detected as being bad.
 Parameters:

Returns the sum of all free heap blocks.
This is the amount of memory you can theoretically allocate if you do allocations exactly matching the free blocks.
 Returns:
 The size of the free blocks.
0 if heap was safely detected as being bad.
 Parameters:

Definition at line 876 of file heapoffset.cpp.