Solving Memory Problems and the Debug C Run-Time

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John Robbins


In the modern world of C++ 11 and C++ 14, you are not supposed to allocate memory. But managing memory is a fact of life in most C++ apps, because most were written with earlier versions. In this video, you'll learn how to use the Debug C Run-Time built into the Visual Studio compiler to make debugging memory problems easier and more productive. You'll also learn about the Debug OS heaps, memory patterns, PAGEHEAP, Microsoft’s awesome Application Verifier, and the wonderful Run-Time Check switches that make local variable corruptions trivial to solve.

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