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This section covers how ordinary programs manage storage for their data,
including the famous
malloc function and some fancier facilities
special the GNU C library and GNU Compiler.
3.2.1 Memory Allocation in C Programs How to get different kinds of allocation in C. 3.2.2 Unconstrained Allocation The
mallocfacility allows fully general dynamic allocation.
3.2.3 Allocation Debugging Finding memory leaks and not freed memory. 3.2.4 Obstacks Obstacks are less general than malloc but more efficient and convenient. 3.2.5 Automatic Storage with Variable Size Allocation of variable-sized blocks of automatic storage that are freed when the calling function returns.
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