Pascal programmers, whether they are in corporate database or commercial software development environments, need to gain and maintain control over the memory requirements of the programs they write. This entry in The Len Dorfman Series explores the memory management techniques available to Pascal programmers, including many of the same Expanded, Extended, and hard disk memory options used by C programmers. Using fully documented demonstration programs to illustrate procedures, Dorfman and Neuberger guide readers through the process of building memory management function libraries that can be applied over and over in the Pascal programs they create. Readers learn to write Pascal application programs that fully utilize EMS, XMS, and virtual memory techniques, with special emphasis on optimizing the virtual memory system's seamless interface to the world of expanded, extended, and disk memory management.
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