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Hi Frendz,

I am working in VC++ MFC. The application comsumes lot of memory
resources. Can anyone help me out with an idea of how to reduce the
memory consumption. Now am working to implement Smart Pointers for
this. But cant implement properly. Pl help me to overcome this problem.
Thanx in Advance
Cheers,
Mulls

Dec 14 '06 #1
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Mullai wrote:
Hi Frendz,

I am working in VC++ MFC. The application comsumes lot of memory
resources. Can anyone help me out with an idea of how to reduce the
memory consumption. Now am working to implement Smart Pointers for
this. But cant implement properly. Pl help me to overcome this problem.
Mullai:

Please don't multi-post. This is the third microsoft newsgroup I have
seen this in. Cross-post if you feel you must, but the best way is to
pick the best group and just use that. Most of the people who will
answer your questions read all these microsoft groups anyway.

This is a question on the C++ language which does not relate to .NET
(managed code). The best group is

microsoft.public.vc.language

It just so happens this ois the only group in which you have received a
reply :).

David Wilkinson
Dec 14 '06 #2

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