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In wdm.h, i've found these:
#define InterlockedIncrement64 _InterlockedIncrement64 LONG64 InterlockedIncrement64 ( _Inout_ _Interlocked_operand_ LONG64 volatile *Addend );
But after some search "InterlockedIncrement" (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/ddi/wdm/nf-wdm-interlockedincrement) is the only one documented which takes a LONG argument:
LONG CDECL_NON_WVMPURE InterlockedIncrement( [in, out] LONG volatile *Addend );
So what is the proper way to increment a 64bit argument ? Should we just call InterlockedIncrement64 directly?
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