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The DuplicateHandle function duplicates an object handle. |
DECLARE INTEGER DuplicateHandle IN kernel32;
INTEGER @ lpTargetHandle,;
[in] Handle to the process with the handle to duplicate.
[in] Handle to duplicate. This is an open object handle that is valid in the context of the source process.
[in] Handle to the process that is to receive the duplicated handle.
[out] Pointer to a variable that receives the duplicate handle. This handle value is valid in the context of the target process.
[in] Access requested for the new handle.
[in] Indicates whether the handle is inheritable.
[in] Optional actions.
|If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.|
|The duplicate handle refers to the same object as the original handle. Therefore, any changes to the object are reflected through both handles. For example, the current file mark for a file handle is always the same for both handles.|
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