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Catch That Memory Bug Before It Catches You

Memory bugs, essentially a mistake in the management of heap memory, are caused by a number of factors and can occur in any program that is being written, enhanced or maintained. The fact that memory bugs can be introduced at any time is part of what makes memory debugging a challenging task. This is especially true with codes that are written collaboratively or that are being maintained over a long period of time, where assumptions about memory management can either change or not be communicated clearly...

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