Dec 072017
 
Example code mentioned in the talk "Conserving Windows Resources" given by Mark Novisoff and Tim O'Pry of MicroHelp, Inc.

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VBITS '94 Orlando FL This zip contains the
example code mentioned in the talk
"Conserving Windows Resources" given by Mark
Novisoff and Tim O'Pry of MicroHelp, Inc.
You are free to use these examples in whole
or in part without attribution.


File VBITS.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category BASIC Language
Example code mentioned in the talk “Conserving Windows Resources” given by Mark Novisoff and Tim O’Pry of MicroHelp, Inc.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
FILE_ID.DIZ 247 194 deflated
HEAPCHK.ZIP 5025 4896 deflated
READ.ME 1615 764 deflated
RESOURCE.ZIP 2642 2384 deflated
TPCREAD.ME 199 165 deflated
VBITSCOD.DOC 16896 5199 deflated
VBITSCOD.TXT 8493 3194 deflated

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Contents of the READ.ME file


VBITS '94 Orlando FL This zip contains the
example code mentioned in the talk
"Conserving Windows Resources" given by Mark
Novisoff and Tim O'Pry of MicroHelp, Inc.
You are free to use these examples in whole
or in part without attribution.
VBITS '94 Orlando FL

This zip contains the example code mentioned in the talk "Conserving Windows
Resources" given by Mark Novisoff and Tim O'Pry of MicroHelp, Inc. You are
free to use these examples in whole or in part without attribution.

This zip contains the following files:
RESOURCE.ZIP - The VB Example of the Program Manager "Help-About" box.

VBITSCOD.DOC - Microsoft Word 6 file containing all code examples mentioned
in the talk.
VBITSCOD.TXT - ASCII file of the above.

HEAPCHK.ZIP - VB program mentioned in the talk that will do a "Before and
After" comparison of the MS HeapWalker output.
IMPORTANT: This program uses MicroHelp MUSCLE version 2.
If you do not have MUSCLE.VBX on your system, you can download
it from our BBS (404) 516-1497, the file name is MU2VBX.ZIP,
or from our forum on CompuServe (GO MICROHELP - same file
name), or from our FTP site on Internet which is on
Net.com in the "\public\microhlp\" directory.

MUSCLE.VBX must be in the same directory as the HEAPCHK.EXE
file or in your executable path.

If you are not a registered user of Muscle 2, you will
not be able to run this program in the Visual Basic IDE,
but you can still run the executable.

If this program is helpful and you would like to see it
enhanced, please send us e-mail on what features you would
like to see.


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