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  1. #1
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    Question Hoow to handle low memory condition ?

    Hi,All

    In my application i have only small amout of RAM size are avaible.now i am recoreding somthing in my app .after recording the memory is full so it promt for other drive to save ,same time it crash.now able to find out ,

    Please let me know ?

    Thanks .
    Thanks & Regards,

    Chirag

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    Re: Hoow to handle low memory condition ?

    maybe you could check the memory situation before doing something that requires a lot of memory.

    Or just make the code in a way that you check all pointers for NULL values, and make sure any construction you do, does not leave, but just fails nicely leaving all pointers to NULL.

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    Re: Hoow to handle low memory condition ?

    Thanks but here i did all this ,But when i try to switch to other drive ,it will crash.

    Chirag
    Thanks & Regards,

    Chirag

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    Re: Hoow to handle low memory condition ?

    Any examples for this condition ?
    Thanks & Regards,

    Chirag

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