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This function retrieves the next tuple of the specified type for the specified socket and function.
STATUS CardGetNextTuple( PCARD_TUPLE_PARMS pGetTupleParms );
CERR_SUCCESS indicates success. One of the following values indicates failure:
This function follows the CIS tuple chain, as specified by the uLinkOffset, uCISOffset, and fFlagsmembers of CARD_TUPLE_PARMS. These members were set by a previous call to the CardGetFirstTuplefunction or this function.
To obtain tuple data, use CardGetTupleData.
The driver retains the values returned in the uLinkOffset, uCISOffset, and fFlagsmembers of CARD_TUPLE_PARMSso that subsequent calls to this function or CardGetTupleDatacan follow the tuple chain. The driver does not access the uTupleCodeand uTupleLinkmembers unless the return value is CERR_SUCCESS.
The CARD_TUPLE_PARMSand CARD_DATA_PARMSstructures are arranged so that their corresponding members are aligned. With care, drivers can use a single buffer in all calls to the Card Services tuple functions.
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Note This API is part of the complete Windows CE OS package as provided by Microsoft. The functionality of a particular platform is determined by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and some devices may not support this API.
Last updated on Tuesday, July 13, 2004