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can someone point in the right direction. I need to find whether an application has a memory leak. I am running this app on NT server and W/S.
Please let me now if there is some app I can use to test that.

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Question by:wallstreetx
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Bounds Checker by Nu Mega

http://www.numega.com/products/vc.shtml
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by:wallstreetx
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too expensive, dont we have something cheaper, dudes.
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by:vmehro
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I have done this before. can't remember exactly how, though.
If you look into various debug options, there is one particular option wherein
the program dumps messages into an output file (creates something akin to
a stderr file).
HTH...
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