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is the heap. With virtual memory, the heap can practically grow up close to the max address space. Question 1: do the stack and the heap have a static size limit (e.g., 2 gigabytes each), or is this … heap grows up and the stack grows down, they basically limit each other. Also, because both type of segments are writeable, it wasn't always a violation for one of them to cross the boundary, so you …
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I am talking about single thread general purpose memory allocation/deallocation from a global 'heap' as e.g. every C programmer knows in the form of malloc()/free(). I think the answer would be …
answered Sep 22 '17 by imel96