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Dynamic allocation

Dynamic allocation: Learning C++ Pointers
Dynamic allocation: Learning C++ Pointers

Dynamic memory allocation is allocating the memory required to store the data you’re working with at runtime, rather than having the amount of memory predefined when the program is compiled.

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