> Hello list:
asking programming errors on a mailing list that is focused on
operating system development is considered BAD.

> I am having Stack Overflow problems with this simple code under FreeDOS and
> OpenWatcom:

> #include <stdio.h>

> char a[8192];

> int main()
> {
>     int i;
>     char b[8192];
>     for(i=0; i<8192; i++) a[i]=b[i]=0;
>     return 0;
> }

> I keep getting stack overflow problems.

> I know this code is very simple and meaningless, but it's an example of how
> I am having stack overflow problems with static arrays of size 8192.

b is a dynamic array on the stack.

> Excuse me if the mail is too off-topic, but I think the problem is
> something to do with memory.
I won't excuse.

> If you use "stack=4096", it means the default stack size might be much
> smaller than the 16384 I am using.
most likely  you are not using 16384. 


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