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toxcct wrote:
where else do you think you can dynamically allocate some memory ?


In multiple heap scenarios you can define your own memory segments to specify which area of memory is used to allocate various elements such as messages, semaphores etc. I have a feeling that this is processor dependend and not something that I can do with C standard functions. Is there a way of doing this without depending on the platform being used? I realize that my previous question is not clear enough and I apologize for that. I must stress that this is a Real-Time programming related question.



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