Memory Corruption

After several years of lurking in various sites and blogs where professionals talk about and help each other with problems they encounter at work, I already knew that debugging memory corruption problems was one of the most difficult. Up until this point, I never realized how annoying and frustrating it could be, though. This took... Continue Reading →

Memory Leak

In the program, when a button that does a certain operation is clicked, a large chunk of memory is allocated without being released. New memory is allocated for every time this operation is performed until the program eventually crashes from lack of memory. I was taught to always try to reproduce the problem first whenever... Continue Reading →

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