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Viorel.5-Jun-06 2:05
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In multithreading application each of the thread in the same process will have its own stack. (That's why the functions like CreateThread or _beginthread have an optional argument for stack's size).

But the heap area is common for all of the threads. As a result, access to common heap data, as well as to common data segment, must be "synchronized". When you build multithreading applications, it is important to specify the correct compiler options (like "Runtime library"), otherwise shared data will be unexpectedly corrupted.

Global and constant variables are allocated in data segment. Actually this segment can be divided into constant data and changeable data. Compiler can apply some microprocessor’s or OS features in order to detect violation of constant data.
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