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memory allocation eror in C


memory allocation eror in C

By : Diego Serrano
Date : October 21 2020, 06:10 AM
seems to work fine Your entire memory allocation is erroneous. Here are some pointers.
code :
 #define CNETSIZ 32
 #define EMAILSIZ 64
 . . . . . 
 new->cnet = malloc(CNETSIZ);
 new->email = malloc(EMAILSIZ);
 new->cnet = malloc(strlen(cnet)+1);  //+1 for the space to null-terminator
strcpy(new->cnet, cnet);
strcpy(new->email, email);


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Memory allocation to static variables (Compile time memory allocation)

Memory allocation to static variables (Compile time memory allocation)


By : Nick Roman
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further You've misunderstood the statement 'memory allocation at compile time'. What is meant by that is that the compiler writes data to the binary that it produces that indicates that the memory should be set aside when the program is loaded by the operating system.
In particular, the field is usually stored in a section in the output file that is called the BSS. The compiler puts the static variable declaration in the BSS, the OS's program loader reads out the BSS section when loading the program, and sets aside enough memory in the freshly created process to store the BSS.
Tensorflow Allocation Memory: Allocation of 38535168 exceeds 10% of system memory

Tensorflow Allocation Memory: Allocation of 38535168 exceeds 10% of system memory


By : Xeo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Try reducing batch_size attribute to a small number(like 1,2 or 3). Example:
code :
train_generator = data_generator.flow_from_directory(
    'path_to_the_training_set',
    target_size = (IMG_SIZE,IMG_SIZE),
    batch_size = 2,
    class_mode = 'categorical'
    )
In java Can objects be created with both static memory allocation and dynamic memory allocation?

In java Can objects be created with both static memory allocation and dynamic memory allocation?


By : user340645
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue If by static memory, you mean on the stack, no, all objects are allocated on the heap. Only primitives are allocated on the stack.
Edit: I'm still not sure if by dynamic and static you mean heap and stack, respectively, but that is usually where the question comes from for people with a C/C++ background, because those languages give the developer control over that.
Is there any difference between static memory allocation and automatic memory allocation?

Is there any difference between static memory allocation and automatic memory allocation?


By : Alessio Piccioli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Forget about stack and heap. These terms are not defined in the C++ standard (except for things like stack unwinding and std::stack). What you are talking about is storage duration, which can be:
static thread automatic dynamic
whats the difference between dynamic memory allocation and normal memory allocation?

whats the difference between dynamic memory allocation and normal memory allocation?


By : L30m4nc3r
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you malloc() is not supposed to zero the memory it returns. It seems that in your case it happens to be retrieving memory from the system that has not been previously used and is still zero. You certainly cannot count on this. calloc() on the other hand will zero memory for you before returning.
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