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Extending the memory in C

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Hello,

I met a problem with memory when programming C: I'm using pointer and I think that my program already exceed the 64KB memory, and it did reported the out of memory situation.

So, is there any way to enlarge this amount of memory in C, or does it depend on the compiler, I'm using Turbo C, running under Windows XP SP2?

Thanks for reading,

Best regards,

SG.
Dec 26 '06 #1
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Hello,

I met a problem with memory when programming C: I'm using pointer and I think that my program already exceed the 64KB memory, and it did reported the out of memory situation.

So, is there any way to enlarge this amount of memory in C, or does it depend on the compiler, I'm using Turbo C, running under Windows XP SP2?

Thanks for reading,

Best regards,

SG.
see post http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread564169.html
Dec 27 '06 #2

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