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C#.NET » 12.01.2009 » by vcskicks
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Basics on how to launch a .NET application from memory using Reflection.
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Microsoft PowerPoint » 06.12.2008 » by kingmarsh
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Resume PowerPoint from where it left off, restart PowerPoint from last viewed slide.
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MySQL » 13.10.2008 » by who
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By default MySQL installs a configuration file with big caches and uses up more memory than is needed on most server setups...
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PHP » 22.05.2008 » by biohazard
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Memcached is a high-performance, distributed memory object caching system, generic in nature, but intended for use in speeding up dynamic web applications by alleviating database load...
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PHP » 08.05.2008 » by porteightyeight
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In-function caching can be used to greatly improve the performance of our software. Applying this technique effectively is important to avoid spiraling memory usage and bizarre bugs that can be caused by old cache data lingering around.
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PHP » 01.04.2008 » by gearup
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This article examines how PHP handles passing of variables internally, as well as how this relates to memory usage. This information is very useful for any professional PHP developer as it shows how passing variables by reference will normally result in more (not less) memory being used.
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SEO » 27.03.2008 » by who
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We lispers generally look down our noses at regular expressions. Regular expressions are ugly. They are not expressive. However, they are a reality of programming. When used with care, they can express complex text patterns concisely.
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C and C++ » 12.12.2007 » by biohazard
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We have already seen how variables are seen as memory cells that can be accessed using their identifiers. This way we did not have to care about the physical location of our data within memory, we simply used its identifier whenever we wanted to refer to our variable.
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C and C++ » 12.12.2007 » by biohazard
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In order to request dynamic memory we use the operator new. new is followed by a data type specifier and -if a sequence of more than one element is required- the number of these within brackets [].
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C and C++ » 06.12.2007 » by who
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Using vector instead of arrays to prevent most of memory leaks in C and C++.
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