Why do we use to talk about addresses and memory of variable in C, where in other languages (like in Java, .Net etc) we do not talk about variable address and memory in a program, we will directly use ...
This is not duplicate question as I read the previous question. Can anyone help me in understanding how float values are stored in the memory . My doubt is here float values contain '.' (for example ...
I found by Valgring that some GTK+ programs leaks memory. How important it is to fix those leaks? I mean, often those programs works very well but on the other hand, one can never be sure if one wants ...
I'm implementing a system in C, implemented partially as a library. The library does most of the memory management itself, with the application layer just having to call *_destroy functions on the ...
So here's the confusion, let's say I declare an array of characters char name = "Sam"; and then I declare another array but this time using pointers char * name = "Sam"; What's the ...
I've recently read three separate books on algorithms and data structures, tcp/ip socket programming, and programming with memory. The book about memory briefly discussed the topic of serializing data ...
Im wondering if there is a set or a few good books/Tutorials/Etc.. that go into Memory Management/Allocation Specifically (or at least have a good dedicated section to it) when it comes to C. This is ...
When it comes to non memory managed languages such as C, C++ or Fortran (my case), it becomes increasingly difficult to keep track of memory allocation/deallocation, especially when ownership must be ...
From Wikipedia: the term endian or endianness refers to the ordering of individually addressable sub-components within a longer data item as stored in external memory (or, sometimes, as ...
I am very eager to study best practices when it comes to space hardening. For instance, I've read (though I can't find the article any longer) that some core parts of the Mars rovers did not use ...