To answer seriously, the memory has been marked available on the heap but it still exists and is not cleared. You still have a pointer to it although it's invalid. If that block of memory was allocated to something else later in the program, who knows what would happen but probably nothing good. If an invalid pointer is going to be in scope for a while, it's a good idea to null it out and get an immediate crash if you happen to use it again.
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dear all exe file compiled with c++ i am lose my source code how can i decompile and give me a tools name of decompile and my friend my query compressed from pkware software like my query this view how can i decompress my coding and how can decompile my source code,
Please help me any experts
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As you mentioned, it is your source code so it is rather intelligent not to look for recovering it .Just make the project once again and it will take very less time for you to develop it again as you alredy have made it previously
Quick question: Is there any way to add a scheduled task (using windows api) without using COM? I want to make my application start on user logon and UAC on Vista stops me from adding the appropriate registry value. I've done a few quick searches, but google has yet to yield anything.
A regular user should not be able to force another user to execute some of his code, and Vista has been the first Windows version to enforce this: regular users can't access someone else's private folders (such as StartUp), nor can they modify registry hives with global scope such as LOCAL_MACHINE.
And if you find a way to do it anyway, it is doomed to be a bug, and will be fixed in a service pack or a new release.
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