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For Windows kernel programming, the SDK does not offer some functions
needed by Capstone. The missing functions are:
- Memory allocations: malloc(), calloc(), realloc() & free().
- Format input variables & write out result to char buffer: vsnprintf()
This directory contains some code providing above-mentioned functions, so you can
integrate Capstone with your Windows-kernel drivers using C++.
All the code here is contributed by Peter Hlavaty <>
See the full example with Capstone integration at