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Other than memory-mapped files, are there any Win32 API calls for manipulating virtual memory that will let you append pages (and/or shuffle them around) in user-mode?

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Try looking up function "MapUserPhysicalPages" in the Platform SDK, I don''t know if this is what you''re looking for (or even in the ballpack) but its an idea.

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I'm not sure what you need to do, but does VirtualAllocEx satisfy your demands?

Here's an MSDN link to all documented memory management functions in Win32.

[edited by - CoffeeMug on April 28, 2003 6:00:50 PM]

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