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I must make sure dataToWrite points to the proper location inside my task queue data pool and not on the original buffer on the stack.
Then you need to allocate a block of memory from the pool, and copy the data there. I assume that you have a pool control mechanism that operates similar to malloc to manage the pool. In either case you pass the buffer pointer to the function that handles the data. You just need to make sure that pool buffers are released after they have been used.
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QuestionCan a union in standard C "skip" members? Pin
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