Re: Stack around the variable 'v' was corrupted

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Mon, 16 Mar 2009 23:56:37 -0400
"Jeffrey Walton" <> wrote in message

CComPtr<Commands> pCommands;
CComPtr<IEnumVARIANT> pEnum;

hr = pCommands->_NewEnum( (IUnknown **)&pEnum );

This is effectively a downcast. Don't do this. Get an honest IUnknown*
pointer from _NewEnum, then QueryInterface from it to IEnumVARIANT.

ULONG fetched;
for( INT i = 1; i <= count; i++ )
   CComVariant v;

   hr = pEnum->Next( i, &v, &fetched );

The first parameter of IEnumXXX::Next determines how many elements you
request in a single call, not an index of the element as you seem to
believe. So on the second iteration you ask for two elements, but you
only provide space for one.
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    Igor Tandetnik

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