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7. Memory Allocation

Chapter 7. Memory Allocation

Many system programs need to be able to allocate extra memory for dynamic data structures (e.g., linked lists and binary trees), whose size depends on information that is available only at run time. This chapter describes the functions that are used to allocate memory on the heap or the stack.


  

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