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Fall, 2008

Dynamic Memory Allocation

We are finally ready to get rid of our last remaining constraint, namely that an Abstract data Structure must "contain a fixed number of storage elements". Through the use of Dynamic Memory Allocation we can ask for RAM storage AS WE NEED IT, and not before we actually compile our program. We can further more efficiently utilize RAM by freeing-up RAM as we find that we no longer need storage.

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