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Re: [vox-tech] Assistance With C Program
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Re: [vox-tech] Assistance With C Program

I would be happy to help in any way. If you want to, just send me a
gzipped tarball.


On Tue, Nov 18, 2003 at 04:40:56PM -0800, Daniel Hurt wrote:
> Greetings,
> I am working on some physics simulations written in C, and I have been 
> having problems with memory leaks and efficiencies.  I have been coding in 
> C for about a year and half now, but have not done much outside of 
> researched based programming.  Throughout my programming, I have had very 
> little feedback about the quality of the code (e.g. efficiency, style and 
> algorithm implementation), just the results that I produce. I was 
> wondering if there would be someone interested in taking a few hours and 
> looking over a couple pieces of code that I have written and help me out 
> in the above areas. 
> Specifically:  Finding possible memory leaks and when it is appropriate to 
> use the free() functions. Next, I am not too terribly sure on how to use a 
> debugger to track down the leak.  Finally, just discussing programming 
> style with someone who knows C to look at it and critique the code.  The 
> code itself works, it just takes an exceedingly long time and every so 
> often I am running into problems with the size of the program.  I do not 
> need help with the physics behind what is going on because the code 
> actually generates good results. I am just trying to analyze larger 
> systems that should be well within the limits and encountering problems.
> I would be willing to pay for the tutoring (mentoring), whether it be 
> money, dinner, a donation to LUGOD and/or some combination therein. 
> Finally, if you know someone who might be interested, or if you think that 
> I should contact someone directly, please let me know.
> Thanks,
> Dan Hurt
> dwhurt@ucdavis.edu
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