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Although that’s the easiest way, it’s not the most efficient way to do it because it has to read memory 4 times to access each element. Also I need to be able to put the array into a void subroutine so I could edit it. Memory can be dynamically allocated on the stack. Speed is of concern here.

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You can also make them static if you don’t want to allocate memory. First off, memory for local variables all gets allocated at the beginning of the function, before any of your code runs; so, you can’t say it’s the first allocation that’s failing.

Forgive me if I am wrong but could it be more efficient to use something like memset akl of individually setting each element?


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There is a limit to how much data you can put on the stack, which varies depending on the system; so, if you need large chunks of memory, you should allocate it on the heap. Accessing data in cache can be 20x faster than data from memory. But if you do it the other way allocate a new array for each dimension it’s still the same:.

If you access bytethe CPU will load bytes 64 to to cache. You are exhausting karf space and blowing out the stack. Sisteminize uygun paketi indirin, Ubuntu USB Kart okuyucunuz nedir?

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Basically simulation works just fine with low res. You can work around that limit by allocating your arrays on the heap using one of the malloc family of functions, provided you free them when you’re done with them.

You’re allocating those arrays on the stack.

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Is there a max size for an array in C? Additionally, only the last dimension of your array will represent a contiguous set of values. About performance, it depends on what you want do do with those arrays, but your program looks like it will have a lot of cache misses if I understand your intentions.

Didn’t free the memory. This thread is archived. What are the consequences of such data structures?

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Alternately, if you just DGAF, you can make them global variables. I’m gonna say yes, but obviously better means a different thing depending on the goal speed, memory efficiency, etc.

Would be [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9], knowing that every three indexes corresponds to a new row. GCC produces very sensible code if you do this, and you don’t have to do any special calculations, or extra allocations which will keep the memory addresses cache friendly.

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