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Heap / Stack

 
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What is the use of Heap and stack where we are using heap and where stack
 
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hope that text on link below will help you to get picture what is heap and what is stack: http://www.phptr.com/articles/article.asp?p=31755&seqNum=8&rl=1
 
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While I think it's excellent for any developer to have a firm grasp of memory use when programming and how all that works, from a beginner's perspective, the beauty of Java is that you don't really need to concern yourself with either.
 
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Hi all!

Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
While I think it's excellent for any developer to have a firm grasp of memory use when programming and how all that works, from a beginner's perspective, the beauty of Java is that you don't really need to concern yourself with either.



From a more advanced perspective, that might not look so beatiful though .
 
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Originally posted by Leandro Melo:
Hi all!
From a more advanced perspective, that might not look so beatiful though .



Granted, but this is the beginner forum, after all.
 
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