Virtual memory problem

suppose the virtual memory avilable for any program is 64 kB but the requirement by program is more than 64 kB .will the program compile then???

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  • Hum virtual memory is the "RAM" that windows uses upon your Hard drive
    or that linux uses in the same way (it is called also swap) so for sure you will have a lot of virtual memory
    (for windows check it on system-performance(up)-virtual memory(down)
  • The program should compile just fine. It's when the program needs to be run that the question marks may appear. If 64K is the max available, then the program won't run. (It'll compile, but not run.) But I can't see any computer having ONLY a 64K swap/page file!!! Mine is set to 2GB!

    : suppose the virtual memory avilable for any program is 64 kB but the requirement by program is more than 64 kB .will the program compile then???
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    Those of you who believe in
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