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ECE 264 Exercises and Assignments


Individual Programming Assignments

Bonus (For Dr. Lu's Sections Only)

You can discuss the concepts with anyone. You are not allowed to share code.

ECE264 emphasize much about memory leak for three reasons: (1) There are tools detecting memory leak. There is no excuse not to fix the problem. (2) Memory leak does not cause a program to crash immediately. Therefore, many students ignore memory leak and believe their programs are correct. Their programs will, however, crash sometime when memory runs out. (3) Many embedded systems (including game consoles) have limited memory so memory leak is a serious problem.