Dynamic Allocation in C
malloccan be used for building linked structures, just as the Pascal
newoperator, and similar to java's
new. The C
calloccall is usually used for what?
Give a C declaration, along with any needed executable code, to perform each of the following:
doubleof the size you read in.
fredpoints to a string, create a variable
copywhich is an exact independent copy of
fred, and does not waste any space. That is, it is allocated no larger than needed to hold the string.
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