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I want to declare 3 matrix variable which have a large size
But the maximum size I can declare is (850x850) 3 matrix (in Solarix Unix). How can I declare with larger size without using dynamic linking memory by using any instruction in gcc in Unix?
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Allocate them on the heap rather than the stack.
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