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Chapter 9. Storage Classes

Changing the behavior of variables

9.1. What are Storage Classes?

You will have noticed that variables in functions lose their values every time the function exists, this is done for reasons of efficiency, the operating system doesn't know if you will need the data again so it releases the memory allocated to your program back to the system.

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