C language function:Heap32ListFirst sample codes

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TITLE : Windows CE: Using ToolHelpAPI to get more information about running processes
The next flag is TH32CS_SNAPHEAPLIST, which is more involved to handle. The reason is that we must first enumerate the heaps using Heap32ListFirst() and Heap32ListNext(), then enumerate the allocations using Heap32First() and Heap32Next(). This creates a lot of output and in its raw form may not be much value. I will leave it to you to process the data to analyze it. OutputHeap() is:.......
http://geekswithblogs.net/BruceEitman/archive/2008/05/19/windows-ce--using-toolhelpapi-to-get-more-information-about.aspx


TITLE : Windows CE: Using ToolHelpAPI to get more information about running processes
if(Heap32ListFirst(hSnapShot, &CurrentHeap)).......
http://geekswithblogs.net/BruceEitman/archive/2008/05/19/windows-ce--using-toolhelpapi-to-get-more-information-about.aspx
TITLE : HEAPLIST32 structure (Windows)
BOOL WINAPI Heap32ListFirst(.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms683432(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : The Win32 API wrappers — WinAppDbg 1.6 documentation
heap = Heap32ListFirst( hSnapshot ).......
http://winappdbg.readthedocs.io/en/latest/Win32APIWrappers.html
TITLE : Toolhelp32ReadProcessMemory - CodeProject
The second and third parameters to Toolhelp32ReadProcessMemory() are the starting address of the heap block and its size. To obtain those, I first used Heap32ListFirst() and Heap32ListNext() to iterate through each of the process' heap lists. Note that some processes have a few while others have several dozen (e.g., Outlook had 40). For each list, I used Heap32First() and Heap32Next() to iterate through the blocks themselves........
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/4929/Toolhelp-ReadProcessMemory
TITLE : Toolhelp32ReadProcessMemory - CodeProject
if (Heap32ListFirst(hHeapSnapshot, &HeapList) != FALSE).......
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/4929/Toolhelp-ReadProcessMemory
TITLE : RCE Endeavors » General x86
if (Heap32ListFirst(snapshot, &heapList)).......
http://www.codereversing.com/blog/archives/category/genx86

lRes = Heap32ListFirst(hSnapshot, tHL).......
http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22130256/Get-Visual-Basic-6-0-'Form'-object-from-a-known-HWnd-value.html
TITLE : Traversing the Heap List Win32 Windows program example
The following example obtains a list of heaps for the current process. It takes a snapshot of the heaps using the CreateToolhelp32Snapshot() function, and then walks through the list using the Heap32ListFirst() and Heap32ListNext() functions. For each heap, it uses the Heap32First() and Heap32Next() functions to walk the heap blocks........
http://www.installsetupconfig.com/win32programming/processtoolhelpapis12_6.html
TITLE : Traversing the Heap List Win32 Windows program example
if( Heap32ListFirst( hHeapSnap, &hl ) ).......
http://www.installsetupconfig.com/win32programming/processtoolhelpapis12_6.html
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