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I'm quite impressed by the DeepCode results, especially if it's as quick as you say.  It may not have flagged anything big enough to make the baby Jesus cry (presumably because you're not rubbish at it), but, for example, your For loop in ServiceSM is certainly improved a bit, so that makes it worth the effort.

Good stuff!  Cheers for the update!
Greg Utas wrote:
[PVS-Studio] also told me that a multithreaded Windows application is supposed to use _beginthreadex instead of CreateThread
I came across the _beginthread/_beginthreadex thing a while back, while trying to track a minor but annoying memory leak.  Apparently, calling CreateThread directly from the API can cause tiddly chunks of memory (I think it was 72 bytes each time) to be leaked, because of some jiggery-pokery with the CRT signal function.

Like you say, it's one of those things you either find out about while not particularly looking for it, or when it bites you in the @rse.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!

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