Definition - What does Memory Allocation mean?
Memory allocation is the process of reserving a partial or complete portion of computer memory for the execution of programs and processes. Memory allocation is achieved through a process known as memory management.
Techopedia explains Memory Allocation
Memory allocation has two core types;
- Static Memory Allocation: The program is allocated memory at compile time.
- Dynamic Memory Allocation: The programs are allocated with memory at run time.
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