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vrf Vee - Memory "Leak"

Question asked by g.nied on Jun 28, 2004
Try to put the allocation object into a user object (or function).
I suppose that the allocated memory (that should be the data at the
alloc-out-pin) is freed when the user object/function terminates.

I didn't test it... just a guess

Georg

-----Original Message-----
From: SPANGENBERG,SASCHA (A-Scotland,ex1)
[mailto:sascha_spangenberg@agilent.com]
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 4:47 PM
To: VRF
Subject: [vrf] RE: Vee - Memory "Leak"



<snip>
> The initial Alloc is still there.

Yes - that seems to make sense but how can I prevent this?
I.e. if I only want to allocate ONE array of the appropriate size
and assign it to a variable.. I never intended to do a "copy" operation.
Alternatively how do I delete the initial array once I have copied
it to a variable?

Regards,
   Sascha

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