i'm writing an error handling routine, which should cleanup memory before calling exit(). i know, i should free() malloced variables, which are stored in the heap. should i also free() global variables, which, if i'm not wrong, are also stored in the heap?
You do not have to free the global variables ... compiler takes care of that ... infact compiler takes care of any memory that was allocated at compile time and that includes global variables
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