Suppose you have the following C++ statement:
c = a + b;
I don't care what u put for a and b.
a = 10, b = 200; I don't care.
I want you guys to be able to tell me the address of c, and in essence you can find the value before a+b and after a+b;
I don't want you to use cout. No printing on the screen. NO. This mean no reference, no pointer.
Now the problem is: I have never done any memory dump. I have linux by the way.
I was reading about hex dump (Hex dump - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Anyone can think of a good approach?