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dynamic allocation in recursion
I'm back, after so long...
but nvmd about that, this is my question
I've making a recursive algorithm, but have failed to find an alternative to using dynamic arrays in it, for each call requires a variable length array. Can this slip through, just this once?
Secondly, another horror is that each array needs to be initialized, one sneaky trick I thought of is to rather use a large single array instead of three (which each call has), and probably to use two other pointers to simulate the other arrays as seperate, or just use a special indexing scheme, so it can all be initialized once, instead of thrice. The algorithm is save from overflow, im sure, but is it okay?
thats all, thnx
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