Hello Shastry Sir,
I was taking the C and UNIX internals course, and now I am in the ‘Arrays in C’ session. I had a small doubt sir. During the multitasking introduction session, while explaining swapping between processes, the current program is taken into a separate swapping area and then reassigned new addresses based on availability of data box/space. Now given that an array is a pointer to a memory location and subsequent elements being that memory address+1; then during swapping/multitasking if there is not enough continuous space for reassignment, what happens??