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The C language supports two kinds of memory allocation through the variables in C programs:
In GNU C, the size of the automatic storage can be an expression that varies. In other C implementations, it must be a constant.
A third important kind of memory allocation, dynamic allocation, is not supported by C variables but is available via GNU C library functions.
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