A very simple implementation of C++ keyword sizeof for Java 5+. Developers can use it to know the real size of objects in memory.

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  • Sizeof is perfect! Thanks.

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  • Thank you for the useful tools. It's good to use in web application(JBoss). But I don't know how to use in a java application in Eclipse. It add th argument: -javaagent:<path to>/SizeOf.jar to Run Configuration. But a error shows "Unrecognized option: -javaagent". The famouse Exception(Instrumentation is null) will happen if I don't add the argumnet.I searched this error on google and this many forums, but I failed. Anybody help me? my email is andyliao1019@gmail.com Thank you again!

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Developers

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2006-03-07