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Function AllocMemCountEx

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Represents the total number of allocated memory blocks in a Delphi application.







Code (Delphi)

function AllocMemCountEx: Int64;


Return value

Number of allocated memory blocks via EurekaLog's memory filter. Returns 0 if filter is not installed, no allocations were made, or all allocations were released.



AllocMemCountEx is the number of currently allocated blocks of memory that were requested by the user. AllocMemCountEx is incremented each time a block of memory is allocated and is decremented each time a block of memory is freed. Use AllocMemCountEx to find out how many unfreed blocks of memory remain.


Unlike AllocMemCount, AllocMemCountEx is not deprecated and always returns actual information.



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