I answered this question in the very first reply to you, which you have ignored. And we still have no real idea what your problem is, apart from the fact that 'something' cannot find your program. If you do not know where it is then how do you expect a bunch of strangers to know? We have no access to your system, so cannot see your screen, or search your hard drive.
In future, please do not remove the original problem; a forum like this works better if it remains because someone else might come across a similar issue but because you've removed it, they might miss that you had the same thing and would thus miss the solution.
1. Please do not cross post.
2. You need to give a lot more detail to what you are asking.
3. If you build your code, then it is compiled. Anyone who has access to the server can copy it, but it is compiled so you shouldn't worry about it.
There are only 10 types of people in the world, those who understand binary and those who don't.
I was reading article on Garbage Collection. I have below queries-
1) There are many objects in my heap and stack and memory is getting low. How Garbage Collector will come to know which object to recollect?
2) Is there any property in object that tells GC that it can collect that object?
3) What is the need of three garbage collector generation? Where are these generations located(physical or logical)?
1. When the object goes out of scope, is disposed or otherwise has no references to it, it can be garbage collected.
2. The reference counter tells GC when it is ready to be swept up.
3. Not sure what that means.
What is the need of three garbage collector generation? Where are these generations located(physical or logical)?
Different generations need to manage different kinds of objects. Small objects created locally in functions have small live time and small size. They should be controlled in different way comparing to big objects with high live time. Number of generations depends on GC realization.
Physical or logical - I do not understand exactly what do you mean, but if GC uses virtual memory it can be considered as logical.
Excellent. So you have the basics of your requirements. Now you need to start breaking your requirements down further. How is your text stored? Is it going to include none-text elements? Does it need to be formatted? Remember, as you pull your requirements together, you should consider the edge cases as well.