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GeneralRe: Project build order/dependencies, Should they work ? Pin
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QuestionEmbedded and dynamic memory allocation Pin
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Mircea Neacsu15-Nov-23 5:04
Mircea Neacsu15-Nov-23 5:04 
honey the codewitch wrote:
without just making it the size of available memory
My point was that you can make it the size of available memory. What else is going to use it? Can user run a 2nd app behind your back?

And if I'm right, and you make it the size of available RAM and manage it inside your app, how is this different from allocating it only when needed? The only difference would be that you use your own memory manager instead of the system one. Is your memory manager going to be better than the standard one? Probably only marginally so.
Mircea

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