Task 13: Comparing Memory
Previous tasks have shown you how to locate explicit memory problems. These problems are often the most obvious, even though they can be difficult to locate. A more difficult task is tracking down problems related to using too much memory. For these problems, you need to understand how your program is using memory over time.
Before reading this task, you should be familiar with the following information:
An overview of memory concepts and MemoryScape.
How to start MemoryScape with an overview of the kinds of information you can obtain.
How to save state information to disk and read it back into MemoryScape.
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