automatic initialization to 0

tas at ariel.UUCP tas at ariel.UUCP
Wed Jul 13 10:56:41 AEST 1983

If you're writing C code for an operating system-less microprocessor
(i.e. .text and .data in ROM, .bss in RAM), your .bss stuff generally
won't get initialized to 0.  And, of course, you'll only want to put
constants into .data because it's hard to change ROM.

Tom Skrobala houx*!ariel!tas

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