Computer Memory map organization questions in c programming language




Knowledge before staring c programming language

7. Why there are so many c compilers?

Memory Organization : DOS as example

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swpanil deshmukh said...

I AM SO MUCH CONFUSED THE IN BETWEEN MEMORY MODEL YOU DESCRIBED . AND THE MEMORY MODEL DESCRIBED IN TURBOC 3.0. BECAUSE THEY SAY AS YOU CHANGE MEMORY MODEL THE SIZE OF CODE DATA STACK CHANGES. YOU SAYS THAT STACK CODE DATA HEAP AREA. BUT THEY DID NOT MENTION ABOUT HEAP MEMORY. I SAW HELP MENU IN TURBOC 3.O.PLEASE GUIDE ME PROPERLY

swpanil deshmukh said...

YOU SAY THAT 1MB OF EXTENDED MEMORY EQUALLY SEGMENTED.BUT IN THAT MODEL THEY SAY DIFFERENT MEMORY SIZES FOR STACK CODE DATA