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Do objects iniside objects get stored in the stack or heap when it does not use the new keyword but the parent object is


Do objects iniside objects get stored in the stack or heap when it does not use the new keyword but the parent object is

By : Josh
Date : November 18 2020, 01:01 AM
will help you The B is part of the A. So wherever the A is stored (be it stack, heap or whatever), that is, by definition, where the B is stored.
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Should a list of objects be stored on the heap or stack?

Should a list of objects be stored on the heap or stack?


By : Jae
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Bear in mind that
The list would only be on the stack if Object-A was also on the stack Even if the list itself is not on the heap, it may allocate its storage from the heap. This is how std::list, std::vector and most C++ lists work – the reason is that stack-based elements cannot grow. These days most stacks are around 1mb, so you'd need a pretty big list of pretty big objects before you need to worry about it. Even if your stack was only about 32kb you could store close to eight thousand pointers before it would be an issue.
How objects (reference types- heap) communicate with variables stored on stack

How objects (reference types- heap) communicate with variables stored on stack


By : Grand
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps as we know reference types are always stored on heap and value types are in stack memory. ,
as we know reference types are always stored in heap
Is garbage collection used for reclaiming just heap objects or objects in both heap and stack?

Is garbage collection used for reclaiming just heap objects or objects in both heap and stack?


By : rajanigandha mohanta
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help
Is garbage collection (e.g. by reference count) used for reclaiming just heap objects or objects in both heap and stack?
Does Python have static objects, stack objects and heap objects?

Does Python have static objects, stack objects and heap objects?


By : Josh Behrens
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Python objects are mostly heap objects - however, there are some special PyObject singleton values in CPython that are static in C; though this is an implementation detail. For example the usual built-in types have static storage duration. There are no stack (Python) objects that I know of.
The static storage duration, as understood here, has absolutely nothing to do with static methods.
Where does class, object, reference variable get stored in Java. In heap or in stack? Where is heap or stack located?

Where does class, object, reference variable get stored in Java. In heap or in stack? Where is heap or stack located?


By : Shahroz Ahmed
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I understand that variables of a method are stored in stack and class variables are stored in heap. Then where does the classes and objects we create get stored in Java? , Runtime data area in JVM can be divided as below,
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