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6.1 Memory organization

In the GAMA, only one memory area for all abstract machines exists: the general purpose memory Memory. This memory is managed via a free list which contains all areas in Memory which are currently unused. Memory can be allocated and deallocated with the following functionsgif:

Memory cells can be accessed with the following functions:



Harold Boley (boley@informatik.uni-kl.de)