On XP / Windows Server you can extend the address space from 2GB to 3GB. Two things are needed:
- you have to use the /3GB option in the boot.ini
- your program should be linked with the LARGEADDRESSAWARE option (could also be set via editbin)
I'm looking for c++ code to find out if both conditions are set.
The first condition can easily checked by looking to ullTotalVirtual from GlobalMemoryStatusEx call.
But I didn't find a way to dedect if the program uses the LARGEADDRESSAWARE option.
MSDN talks about an addressAwarenessType from 'VCLinkerTool Object': http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa712546(VS.71).aspx[^]
How do I use this in a small C++ program (I'm using Visual Studio 2005)?
I want to know any book or site from where i can learn about how to use c++ in Unix operating system in details.Right now i m working in windows,but now i hv to do some project in UNix.So I want to know to get work in unix,Is any need for different Libraries or anything.
Thanks In advance.
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