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6 Mar 2017

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This video explain a tool to check Dynamic Memory Allocation Check Tool

Dynamic Memory Allocation Check Tool: Memory can be allocated to a process in two ways. Static memory allocation is performed when a process is created, based directly on the declarations of variables in the code. For example, if an array of 20 characters is declared in the code, then a block of 20 bytes will be reserved in the process’ memory image and all references to that array will be directed to that 20-byte block. Static memory allocationis inherently safe because by definition, the amount of memory needed does not change as the process is running.

However, there are situations where the developer (i.e., at design time) cannot know precisely how much memory will be needed when a program runs. This typically arises because of the run-time context of the program, which can lead to different behaviors on each execution instance. For example, consider a game application in which the server stores a list of active players’ details. Data stored about each player may comprise name, high score, ratio of games lost to games won, etc.; perhaps a total of 200 bytes per player, held in the form of a structure. The designer of this game might wish to allow the server to handle any number of players, without having a fixed limit, so how is the memory allocation performed?

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