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New To Programming? Say Hello To Memory Corruption

Every process in any operating system would use memory to store its code and data. Same is the case with processes in Linux. However, the onus is on the programmer to see if the memory is being properly used or not. This is essential, as memory issues lead to copious bugs and bizarre behaviours. As […]

Error handling in C programming on Linux

While writing C code for Linux programs, it’s very important to put in place proper error handling mechanism as it saves precious time while debugging any problem with the same code. Mostly developers write code that contains broken error handling and this causes them to invest hours while debugging a complex code. In this example […]