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    SYS_Memory functions

    I have read in the QAP help that the SYS_GetFreeMemory function return value ''is not useful with 32-bit Windows. For Windows NT,use SYS_GetMemoryInfo''.

    The question is -- What do I use for Win 98?

    The information I have received from my co-workers is that Win 95 is a 16-bit application, and Win 98 is a 32-bit adaptation of that 16-bit application. But does a function used for a real 32-bit application work on a 32-bit version of a 16-bit application?

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    Re: SYS_Memory functions

    I've added a memory.inc file for you (and all) to download from www.betasoft.com FTP section. These functions will enable you to get virtually any type of memory for Win32 platforms.

    I also have a memory logging function to detect memory leaks.

    Please let me know if you have any problem using them.

    -AJ Alhait

 

 

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