Quick clarifcation if possible. Under NT, Using GlobalAlloc(*) routines
is not needed/recommended, etc but rather new/malloc. When this same
Win32s compliant app runs under Windows 3.1/Win32s, is there anything that
should be done to make the memory allocation be most efficient?
Runtime differences in allocated blocks sizes, etc for application defined
suballocators? And/or any comprable thing to do such as LocalAlloc that
can be done in a native Win 3.1 app?
I'm trying to make sure the application, always an NT Win32s compliant
app - never native 3.1 - makes the best choices for memory allocation,
if any are applicable, under NT and Windows 3.1