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Nothing in windows is truly real time - and I never used heaps in realtime apps because of the fragmentation problem. When you are designing an inkjet printer that should just run for years on a conveyor belt with just the ink cartridge needing changing, you can't risk fragmentation or you'll miss product. Windows was never a choice for that! Laugh | :laugh:
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