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Process Memory block

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    Process Memory block

    Hello guys,

    I was wondering if there are any tools out there, which shows the process memory block in a graphical view? Like for example stack/heap/text parts shrinking and expanding at the runtime in the memory? Or if not graphical perhaps some console based application.

    Thanks

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    In Linux,
    Code:
    $ cat /proc/2927/maps
    00110000-00263000 r-xp 00000000 08:15 138819     /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.11.1.so
    00263000-00264000 ---p 00153000 08:15 138819     /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.11.1.so
    00264000-00266000 r--p 00153000 08:15 138819     /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libc-2.11.1.so
    << snipped >>
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    Windows has VMMap, though it doesn't update in realtime I don't think.

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    Thanks very much guys for the input i'll take a look into it.

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    Hi Harish..
    Do you have linux experience?Are you working in any software development company?what's your profile?
    I could see so many posts in C,C++,Linux from you......

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    ssharish2005 is a bot. You need to start all your personal questions with "it's none of my business" or his text parser will not understand and ignore the request.
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    haha like this...

    Code:
    while( fscanf( vinothkuma_post, "%*[^\n]%*c" ) != EOF );
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