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Old July 1st, 2009, 12:16 PM
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Default Memory leaks


Created application is working toooo slow, looks like there are a lot of memory leaks, because the app does not use huge resources,

and have no many variables. So, please, can you advice some good tool for run-time errors and memory leaks detection in Visual

Studio C++?

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Month ago deleaker helped me in such a case problem.
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I also use this program. In this case, you can use valgrind or deleaker. But the namedeleaker speaks for itself.
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