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Identifying Memory Leaks in Linux for C++ Programs
by Karthik Kumar Arun Kumar
The mtrace() function logs all memory leaks. Next, the memory allocations and deallocations are logged to a text file pointed to by the environment variable MALLOC_TRACE. Finally, a Perl utility called mtrace parses the text file logged by your program and identifies the memory leaks.
Creating a Python Executable File Using makeExe.py
by Premshree Pillai
This file creates an executable file from a Python file specified by the user and writes the new executable to disk.
Check All CheckBoxes in an ASP.NET DataGrid Using a Single CheckBox
by Greg Dobbs
Listing Files in a Directory with Perl
by Matt Crinklaw
Use the Immediate If Function in VBScript
by Conrad Sollitt
A VBScript Function that Emulates the VB IIf()
by Ralph Willgoss
Use the XMLHttpRequest Object to Post Data
by Aviv Raff
A Quick-and-dirty Script for "Direct Mode" in Perl
by Atanas Banov
Handling Binary Files in Perl
by Atanas Banov
Format Strings in Proper Case
by Brian Egras
Shake the Screen
by M.V. Prem Kumar
Print an HTML Page Without Displaying the Print Dialog Box
by Supal Chowdhury
Disable the Right Mouse Click
by MV Prem Kumar
Take a Quick Look at a File
by Steve Worley
The Trim Function in JavaScript
by Kesav Kumar Kolla
Use <DIV> to Change Colors
by NageswaraRao Kurra
A Flying Pop-up Window
by M.V. Prem
Dynamically Change the Year in Your Source Code
by Donald Demrow
A Shortcut to Writing Basic HTML Tags
by Devington B.
When to Declare a Virtual Member Function Private
by Ivan Gerasimov
Declaring a virtual member function private may be useful when you wish to limit the number of derived classes that can override the given function. In such a case, you declare all the derived ...
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