The HTTP protocol does not offer this. Perhaps the web server provides a search or directory service you can use.
PS: If it was another user posting this question, I would not be very surprised about a followup-post describing what you want to achive and we could start a communication to discuss alternatives and find a technical a solution. But since it is includeh10 we will never know. Hope I could help anyway, see you next time.
As Steve suggested, your application probably doesn't perform well the necessary cleanup, i.e. keeps allocating new objects without calling delete on the 'dead' ones.
Correct handling of dynamic memory is one of the major duties of the C/C++ developer.
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