Each time a function is called, the address of where to return to and certain information about the caller’s environment, such as some of the machine registers, are saved on the stack.
- 7. Process Environment
- from Advanced Programming in the UNIX® Environment, Third Edition
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: May 2013
What will be stored into a stack for each operation？
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