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Because a static variable, even when declared in side a func, is created in the DATA section of a programs run space. Think of it like a global static variable that gets initialised to zero and whose value is of course persistent.

An ordinary variable declared inside a func is created on the stack. This of course winds back and forwards so when the func returns the space that variable used is lost to the next func you call.
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