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UTILITIES
Earl F. Glynn
Vol. 9, No. 11

MEMMAP

Purpose: To display all allocated memory blocks, including memory-resident
(TSR) programs and their associated environment memory blocks.
Optionally, also displays the the variables in each environment block.

Format: MEMMAP [/V]

Remarks: Entered at the DOS prompt without its optional /V parameter, MEMMAP
produces a display similar to that shown below:

Memory MemMap (Version 2, May 89)
Control Block Size
Block [Bytes] Owner
Segment Hex Decimal Segment Type Name
------- ------- ------- ------- ------------ ---------------------
09CF 14A30 84528 0008 System
1E73 00D30 3376 1E74 Program
1F47 00030 48 0000 Free Space
1F4B 000A0 160 1E74 Environment
1F56 00030 48 D001 Environment C:\CHSTACK.COM
1F5A 000B0 176 1F67 Environment C:\EDITOR.EXE
1F66 354C0 218304 1F67 Program C:\EDITOR.EXE
54B3 000B0 176 54C0 Data
54BF 00D30 3376 54C0 Program
5593 000A0 160 54C0 Environment
559E 000B0 176 55AB Environment D:\911\MEMMAP.EXE
55AA 02920 10528 55AB Program D:\911\MEMMAP.EXE
583D 47C20 293920 0000 Free Space

Note that under DOS 2.10, 3.3, and the DOS Command subset of OS/2
Extended Edition 1.1 some program names will be designated
that are reported fully under DOS 4.0. When used under OS/2 EE, DOS
identifies itself as DOS 10.10 .

Entered with the /V switch, MEMMAP also reports the environmental
variables that are loaded with each TSR. These variables initially
loaded by DOS are contained in the first environment block with the
name , as shown above. The default size of this block is 160
bytes.



  3 Responses to “Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : VOL9N11.ZIP
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  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

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