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Thread: Difference in Concepts

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    Difference in Concepts

    There is a concept called as farmalloc() and farrealloc() in C++. I think this is not in C++. So how does this concept differ from malloc and realloc functions.

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    Re: Difference in Concepts

    farmalloc is a function which allocates memory from the far heap.There is no major differences between the two function. Both the functions are availbel in C programming language also.

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    Re: Difference in Concepts

    can we implement vector concepts in c++

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