Just some clarification if you wouldn't mind.
If I allocated an array like so:
Would I get a guaranteed contiguous buffer of 32512 bytes (127*256), or would some implementations of C only guarantee 256 bytes in one contiguous chunk?
Or, in other words, is the above equivalent to:
Apart from the way you access it?
I want to clear the entire array to zeros without using a for loop to do each element. If the entire array is guaranteed to be contiguous, then I can just call ZeroMemory once instead of 127 times.