Day 9: Getting Windows Memory Usage with NativeCall

Raku NativeCalls provide a way to interact with dynamic libraries that follow the C calling convention and are very useful for obtaining information from the operating system, such as memory usage. In this article we will see how to get the memory usage from a Windows system. The MEMORYSTATUSEX C++ structure Win32 API provides theContinue reading “Day 9: Getting Windows Memory Usage with NativeCall”

Day 13 – A Little R&R

A Little R&R Introduction Raku is a really nice language. Versatile, expressive, fast, dwimmy. The only problem I sometimes have with it is that it can be a little slow. Fortunately that can easily be solved by the NativeCall interface, which makes it easy to call C code in your Raku program. Now, as niceContinue reading “Day 13 – A Little R&R”