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I am using malloc function for allocating dynamic memory.
When I am using below code on Linux server its working fine, but When I am trying the same code on HP UNIX server its returning NULL.
below is a fragment of code in which it is giving problem.
tmp = (format_tree... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Taher Saifuddin
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Good day! I'm a newbie in C. I'm trying to get an unlimited input from the user using malloc then printing the inputs after the user presses enter. My code works, but there's a warning that I don't know how to fix. Please help me. Thank you.
Here's my code:
#include... (6 Replies)
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Which one is faster among malloc and new?
My understanding is that since new also has to call constructors after allocating memory it must be slower than malloc.
Am I correct? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: rupeshkp728
In a 'C' program,when I am trying to allocate memory with the help of malloc () function, it is allocating the memory up to a certain limit for e.g. in my case, it is 670 MB (approx). malloc() returns NULL if I allocate more than this amount of memory.When I tried
to allocate memory in chunks of... (1 Reply)
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Some of my friends have got together and we are trying to write a basic kernel similar to Linux. I am trying to implement the malloc function in C and I am using a doubly linked list as the primary data structure. I need to allocate memory for this link list (duh...) and I don't feel... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rbansal2
I am trying to implement the malloc function for my OS class and I am having a little trouble with it. I would be really grateful if I could get some hints on this problem.
So I am using a doubly-linked list as my data structure and I have to allocate memory for it (duh...). The... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Gambit_b
Some one please explain me what is Dynamic memory allocation and the use of malloc() function.How do we allocate memory dynamically and also the other way? (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: rash123
I hope this is the correct forum to post the question even if I'm a newbie...
I am a C-newbie (and really on the edge to be a C-addict ;) ) and have a question.
When should I use malloc?
To state it differently, when should I NOT use malloc?
For instance, if I have an array of... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: Tonje
since by mentioning a integer pointer and storing the integers
by incrementing the pointer value
then what is the purpose of malloc?
u can decalre it as
in t *p;
several integers can be stored by incrementing the value of p,
hence what is the diffrence between this... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rajashekaran
1 . Thanks everyone who read the post.
2 . the programe is that :
void do_it(char *p)
p = (char *) malloc(100);
(void )printf("p = %s \n",p); (1 Reply)
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