Vern wrote: > To be practical -- user spaces have on great asset,aas jt said - they can > extend automagically, if you change one of their attributes to this > setting. This means that, instead of allocating memory yourself, with all > its concomitant dangers, you just refer to a location in the user space, > and the system makes it big enough to include that address. The maximum > size is, in fact, 512 bytes less than 16 megabytes - someone else knows > exactly what is in those 512s. The object header takes up 256 bytes. Keith
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