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.... The payoff is for making some object or objects unreachable, so that GC can take them away. 3. The data structure is large enough to care about. Patricia Generated by PreciseInfo ™ ...
.... Don't do it for a local variable just before the method containing it returns. 2. It may be the last reference to the data structure. The payoff is for making some object or objects unreachable, so that GC can take them away. 3. The data structure is large enough to care about. That is one of the examples in the long TSS thread. Arne Generated by PreciseInfo ™ ...
... thoughts on this idea? I think the same way. I'm even going further and strongly propose preferring Enums to boolean parameters and this is why: http://brixomatic.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/boolean-harmful/ +1 This might irritate those who already find Java verbose, since 'String's are more compact to declare, but type safety and refactorability [sic] is a payoff in many situations. I'm even worse, because...
...? I think the same way. I'm even going further and strongly propose preferring Enums to boolean parameters and this is why: http://brixomatic.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/boolean-harmful/ +1 This might irritate those who already find Java verbose, since 'String's are more compact to declare, but type safety and refactorability [sic] is a payoff in many situations. I'm even worse, because I pump a "...
... MFC VC Dll Code: Memory corruption of DLL class object Prev Next MFC VC Dll Code Index Headers Help Home Your browser does not support iframes. Memory corruption of DLL class object From: =?Utf-8?B?Qm9IdWFuZw==?= <BoHuang@discussions.microsoft.com> Newsgroups: microsoft.public.vc.mfc Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2009 12:11:01 -0800 Message-ID: <AF436496-3B24-4A37-A91E-0FE985B2490F@microsoft.com>...

...; I started to use Nvidia's nvImage library (nvImage.dll) for loading images. It has been around for years. But even at my program entry point, which I would assume has not been tinted with possible mem leaks/corruptions in my app later on, I am seeing this: BOOL myMFCApp::InitInstance() { nv::Image* pImg = new nv::Image(); //app breaks here with message "This may be due to a corruption on the heap...

..." //specifically, the call stack breaks at //'retval = HeapFree(_crtheap,0,pBlock)' in free.c delete pImg; //Or alternatively, this triggers stack corruption too at end of this block { nv::Image img; } //rest of my init } More interestingly, my laptop (Vista Ultimate) and desktop (Vista Business), using both MSVC 9.0.21022.8 RTM, I get different behaviors: Desktop: Does not break or yield any...

... error for the stack allocated example. Laptop: Breaks for both stack and heap examples. Moreover, a member std::vector in nv::Image has a seven figure size instead of zero. I don't think Nvidia's library has problems. I have the source and even recompiled the DLL to explicitly clear the std::vector but still the huge size and memory corruption occurs in my MFC App. I have to note that as long as I don...
... going further and strongly propose preferring Enums to boolean parameters and this is why: http://brixomatic.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/boolean-harmful/ +1 This might irritate those who already find Java verbose, since 'String's are more compact to declare, but type safety and refactorability [sic] is a payoff in many situations. I'm even worse, because I pump a "friendly" string...
.... I'm even going further and strongly propose preferring Enums to boolean parameters and this is why: http://brixomatic.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/boolean-harmful/ +1 This might irritate those who already find Java verbose, since 'String's are more compact to declare, but type safety and refactorability [sic] is a payoff in many situations. I'm even worse, because I pump a "friendly" string...
.... I'm even going further and strongly propose preferring Enums to boolean parameters and this is why: http://brixomatic.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/boolean-harmful/ +1 This might irritate those who already find Java verbose, since 'String's are more compact to declare, but type safety and refactorability [sic] is a payoff in many situations. I'm even worse, because I pump a "friendly" string...
... time the wait is substantial. This is why the critical section functions implement a spinloop on multiprocessors -- burning some CPU cycles on a gamble that the wait will complete quickly, where the payoff is avoiding the expensive kernel-mode wait. When the wait is longer, the critical section changes to a highly-efficient kernel-mediated wait. regards, George "Alexander Grigoriev" wrote...
... is substantial. This is why the critical section functions implement a spinloop on multiprocessors -- burning some CPU cycles on a gamble that the wait will complete quickly, where the payoff is avoiding the expensive kernel-mode wait. When the wait is longer, the critical section changes to a highly-efficient kernel-mediated wait. regards, George "Alexander Grigoriev" wrote: Sleep(0) will cause...

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