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vrf What's up with Arrays?

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 3, 2004
> If you click on the Run button, ie the arrow on the toolbar, but
> don't release your mouse button, the CPU usage in Windows Task
> Manager goes up to 100%.

Cool! This could be VEE waiting for a WM_LBUTTONUP message, although that's
not standard behavior.

> I seem to remember that error output pins could be a source of
> resouce consumption / memory leak.

True - memory leak anyway. But it's not enough memory to worry about until
you get to hundreds of thousands or even millions of pings on error pins.
-SHAWN-


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