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Stack and heap

Stack and heap: Learning C++ Pointers
Stack and heap: Learning C++ Pointers

Memory in C++ is divided into two categories, stack and heap. You know that an automatic variable is created when its definition is executed. The space for an automatic variable is allocated in a memory area called the stack. The stack has a fixed size that is determined by your compiler.

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Development Tools Developer Programming Languages C++

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