Heap Management - How Information about Allocations are Stored in the Heap, Result of Freeing Memory Improperly, Actual Sizes of Heap Allocations - Nearest Power of 2, Management of Free Blocks on the Heap by Storing Addresses in the Blocks of Free Memory, Algorithms for Choosing Which Free Block to Allocate, How the Heap's Free List Can Be Updated When Memory is Freed, How Adjacent Free Blocks Are Combined To Avoid Fragmentation, Compacting the Heap By Using Handles, Stack Segment Layout, Allocation of Local Variables on the Stack by Decrementing the Stack Pointer, Activation Records and State of the Stack Pointer During Nested Function Calls, Assembly Code and the Code Segment, RAM, Registers, and the ALU, Example That Demonstrates How an Arithmetic Expression is Translated Into Register Operations
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