The madvise() system call allows applications to tell the kernel how it expects to use some mapped or shared memory pages, so that the kernel can choose appropriate read-ahead and caching techniques.
In this blog post, I will give an introduction to a hashing methodology called Linear Hashing, which is one of the Dramatic Hashing methods.
In the man page of malloc, there(NOTES section) is a paragraph as follows:Normally, malloc() allocates memory from the heap, and adjusts the size of the heap as required, using sbrk(2). When allocatin
This article explains when we should use the qualifier explicit and when we shouldn't.
While reading Advanced Programming in the UNIX Environment, I noticed this:#include <stdio.h> FILE* fmemopen(void *restrict buf, size_t size, const char *restrict type);What is the keyword restr