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The Windows subsystem on Windows NT provides high-level memory management functions that make it easy for applications to build dynamic data structures, provide compatibility with previous versions of Windows, and create buffers and temporary placeholders for system functions. These memory management functions return handles and pointers to blocks of memory that are allocated at run time and managed by an entity called the heap. The heap's primary function is to efficiently manage the memory and address space of a process for an application.

Heap memory stores all instances or attributes, constructors, and methods of a class/object. See also: [CDP3:Configuring Heap Memory].

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