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| Jun 02, 2016


What's wrong with this initialization?

char *p = malloc(10);

My compiler is complaining about an ``invalid initializer'', or something.
- Rank: 130 - Votes: 0 - Views: 15 - Updated: 2016-06-03


| Apr 22, 2016

How can I find out how much memory is available? - Rank: 198 - Votes: 0 - Views: 42 - Updated: 2016-04-23


| Apr 22, 2016

How can I dynamically allocate arrays? - Rank: 200 - Votes: 0 - Views: 44 - Updated: 2016-04-23


| Apr 20, 2016

I've heard that some operating systems don't actually allocate malloc'ed memory until the program tries to use it. Is this legal? - Rank: 196 - Votes: 0 - Views: 38 - Updated: 2016-04-21


| Apr 20, 2016

What should malloc(0) do? Return a null pointer or a pointer to 0 bytes? - Rank: 195 - Votes: 0 - Views: 37 - Updated: 2016-04-21


| Apr 14, 2016


malloc is returning crazy pointer values, I have included the line

extern void *malloc();

before I call it.
- Rank: 205 - Votes: 0 - Views: 41 - Updated: 2016-04-15




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