Memory management is the act of managing computer memory by allocating portions of memory to programs as well as freeing memory so that it can be re-used.

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Simple Pool Allocator

This is a simple pool allocator, based (to at least some degree) on a previous answer. The basic idea is pretty simple: allow a user to allocate objects of some type quickly (in relatively large ...
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Lazy String splitter in C++

I created a string splitter in C++. It splits a string in a lazy fashion and makes use of forward iterators to sequentially supply the next token from the string until it runs out of tokens. ...
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Comparing vehicle crash data the previous year

I have created an automated macro which takes vehicle crash data from a .csv file and automatically creates a pivot table and charts and compares it to the previous year. The code is approximately ...
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Block Allocator

I wrote below block allocator for exercise and would love to get your suggestions. Main features I wanted to have : Detecting buffer overflows with canary terminator. Being able to allocate ...
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Fetching a weather report on an Arduino from a web service

I'm writing some code which is basically supposed to http get some information from my own website and parse it, which (finally) works. However, when I compile the code, it shows this: Sketch uses ...
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View programming pattern in C++ without raw pointers

I'm trying to achieve, for lack of a better term, a "view" pattern in C++. It's probably most comparable to "views" in the Database world, where one can make a query, and then perhaps aggregate the ...
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Using STORAGE macro using QSAM for input/output

I was wondering if you can help me out. I wanted to know if there is an easier way to do the following. My code works but I feel like there is a lot things going out with multiple loops and wanted to ...
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Producer/Consumer write to file

I'm concerned with the memory usage of this application. When I start it and look at it's memory usage while it's waiting for input, it's memory usage is around 13,212 K. When the application runs ...
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Memory Management Code

For a project I had to do a memory management problem without creating any custom classes or templates using the provided pool array and ...
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Delphi 2009 interface

I have this code and at the end of it, FastMM shows that there were memory leaks with all the objects of TSinc: ...
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Binary file validity in C++/C++11: checking a binary header

I have some code for checking a binary header to see if a binary file is meant to be read by a certain program, and I could use some extra eyes to review it. Assume the following ...
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Custom memory caching allocator in C

Over the weekend I built a fairly simple allocator: ...
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Hello World using Python embedded in C++, with RAII library initialization

I have written a small Hello World application that uses Python's C-API. The C library requires some functions to be called for global library (de-)initialization and the objects created by the ...
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Replace space with %20

This is not very memory-efficient. Can you please suggest a better way or improvement? ...
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Reducing memory footprint when manipulating big csv file

I have CSV file which has structure like this (separated by tabulators): ...
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Computing the double Integral using MonteCarlo techniques using Julia

I decided to try and learn Julia for doing scientific computing, and I decided to tackle the problem of finding $$ \int_{D_{\frac{1}{4}}} x^4 + y^2 dA $$ where \$ D_{\frac{1}{4}} \$ is the part of ...
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BMP file writer

In my current project I'm writing a C function to write a BMP-File. Internally, the function is split up into three parts: write header, write info header, write data. In some of these functions I do ...
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YAGOP - Yet Another Generic Object Pool

While thinking about this question it struck me that one problem of linked data structures always seems to be loss of memory locality and performance could possibly be improved if all allocated nodes ...
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Purging elements from the map if it reaches a memory size limit

I have implemented a LRU cache using ConcurrentLinkedHashMap. In the same map, I am purging events if my map reaches a particular limit as shown below. I have a ...
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C++ base class for heap awareness

I have a few classes that form a class hierarchy where some objects point to others. In the usual case, I create these object on the stack. In other cases, I need to clone these object to do some ...
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Singly linked list in pure C - follow-up

This is an update for this post. I fixed all style-issues from the comments, but still have a few questions left: Someone commented that my last post contained too many functions, which could be ...
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Singly Linked List in pure C

I recently learned about linked lists and here is my first try to write one in C. I know it's a lot of code, but I hope someone takes a look. Any tips memory allocation and improvements are welcome. ...
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Implementing IDisposable

I am developing a class (in a C# MVC 5 project) that originally had a using block within a single method, and it got to be very huge after placing formatting ...
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Memory leak in Java's stack implementation

Recently I was asked to implement a stack specifically for storing 'int' type data and find memory leaks. Isn't the garbage collector responsible for releasing all the memory? What are the possible ...
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Memory-safe file-reading in C

I am trying to write a single function that will read a certain number of bytes from a C file, or the entire file, based on the arguments. I want it to be memory-safe of course, and deal with ...
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A function for block allocation

During Jonathan Blow's video where he muses about a games-focused programming language, he presents C++ code that allocates a single big block of memory and has N pointers into that block. The purpose ...
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jQuery Responsive Carousel

I have developed a jQuery Responsive Carousel. When opened, the carousel in the browser and the Chrome task manager, I see that the memory usage of my page is higher than the rest of the opened tabs ...
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Type-agnostic BubbleSort in C

I'm trying out different sorting algorithms for learning purposes, here I'm doing a "type-agnostic" BubbleSort. I modeled the function signature after the standart ...
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Does my Linklist implementation have memory leaks?

Are there any memory leaks in this linklist implementation.Also is the implementation correct?Can the time complexity be optimized? ...
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Fixed-Size Memory Pool

I've been reading about Memory Pools since I came across them in the book Game Programming Complete 4th Edition, and I decided to try and spin my own since I didn't quite understand how the one they ...
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Stack implementation with move semantics

I have implemented a basic stack just for fun. I've just started learning about move constructors and assignment and move semantics as a whole, so I would really appreciate some feedback as to whether ...
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Iterative Red-Black Tree (dynamic stack)

I've completely reworked the previous code, posted here, so that it is a bit more correct regarding dynamic memory management, and also a bit more true to the object-oriented paradigm. ...
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Memory management for Red-Black Tree

I've written this program yesterday, and I was reminded why I dreaded C++ before turning to Java: pointers and associated terms (like destructors, initializations and copy/move constructors) are ...
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Unity3D native iOS plug-in to read pedometer data

I've made a plug-in for Unity3d for iOS. The plug-in's job is to get the Pedometer data from history within a specified period of time and return that to Unity for later use. I am confident in my C# ...
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Manage process in C++

I made a fast and simple WPM (WriteProcessMemory) for Android. Any suggestion is welcome. ...
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Specialty tree structure - BK Tree

I've been working on a implementation of specialty tree structure called a BK-Tree (more here and here). Basically, it's a tree that allows relatively efficient querying for items within a specific ...
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Garbage collection in JavaScript multiplayer game

I am currently creating a Multiplayer Game using node.js and web sockets. The client side is receiving the positional information and applying it to all the players on the client side. Each client ...
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Pulling data from API, Allowed memory exhausted

I'm working on a project where I pull data (JSON) from an API. I would like to manipulate this data and store this as useful information in my DB (MySQL). My code is working if I would like to make, ...
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Allocating matrices for in-place modification

This code seems to be working. I am allocating matrices on the stack and passing them to functions to modify in place. Is this a standard practice, or am I doing it wrong? Header: ...
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Converting a SecureString to a byte array

Does it allocates something that hasn't freed? Something that remains in memory? Except result byte array, ofc. ...
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ADT stack with a dynamic array (revision 1)

Here's the second draft of my ADT stack code which I posted here before after carrying out most of the improvements suggested there. I decided to expose a function called ...
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ADT stack with a dynamic array

I'm starting to learn about data structures and coding in C. The stack is the simplest of all data structures so I'm trying to implement an ADT stack with dynamically allocated array in C. This ...
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Periodically resizing large array

I have a simple socket.io server written in node. Everything is working just fine, however I am curious whether what I am doing is acceptable. I am especially interested in this line ...
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Implementation of a lock-free fixed-sized allocator - follow-up - with commented code

The following implementation of a lock-free fixed-size allocator is a follow-up of: Implementation of a lock-free fixed-sized allocator §1 - Introduction The purpose is self-learning of atomic ...
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C++ and OpenCV memory management

I'm including all of my code, however, my major issue here is about returning the vector/array/pointer (I don't really know what to choose) in this function: ...
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Implementation of a lock-free fixed-sized allocator

This question now has a follow-up: Implementation of a lock-free fixed-sized allocator - follow-up I've tried implementing a lock-free fixed-size allocator while trying to learn synchronization ...
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Re-implementing memcpy

I have written an implementation of memcpy function and I want to know how good is it and if it gets the most out of the processor capabilities or not. The reason ...
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Performance improvement on vb.net code

I need to write 5 crores records with 72 columns into text file, the file size is growing as 9.7gb . I need to check each and every columm length need to format as according to the length as defined ...
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Cache with timeout per key

I wrote a general purpose library for in-memory cache with custom timeout for each key. ...
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Vigenère cipher 2

The following program is an updated version of this question, an implementation of the Vigenere cipher in C. It has been updated to take input from stdin and pipes, ...