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Address Space in the Sun386i

  • John Lazarus
Part of the Sun Technical Reference Library book series (SUN LIBRARY)

Abstract

Complex applications require a large address space for program code, data, and working area. Applications on some operating systems are severely limited by small address space. An MS-DOS program, for example, has available an address space of about 655,000 bytes.

Keywords

Main Memory Program Code Address Space Complex Application Virtual Memory 
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© Sun Microsystems, Inc. 1990

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  • John Lazarus

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