A simple truism: memory issues exist. The very fact that we program in languages such as C (and C++) implicitly gives rise to literally infinite types of issues! At some point, one realizes (perhaps a bit pessimistically) that programming with care in a managed memory-safe language is ultimately the (only?) realistic way to avoid memory issues altogether.
However, here we are, working with our power tool of choice: the eminent and venerable C programming language! So, what we can do to mitigate, if not eliminate, common memory issues, is the article. Ultimately, the goal is to be truly memory-safe; well, that’s easier said than done!