Memory Hygiene in C and C++
Informit brings us: Memory Hygiene in C and C++: Safe Programming with Risky Data.
"In the abstract, the only things that can go wrong with C and C++ memory management are bad pointers and leaked memory. Pointers might be uninitialized; they might be incorrectly initialized (often to NULL); they might point to memory that's no longer safe to use; they might point to wrong data—frequently mistyped data."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Feb 17, 2004 )
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