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Malloc in Memory of Programming in C
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Malloc 
Malloc is used to allocates specified size of bytes memory space and returns the first address of allocated space to pointer variable.
Syntax 
(casttype *) malloc(size_of_bytes as int);
Program
	#include
	void main(){
	   int *ptr;
	   int i;
	   //Allocates memory for pointer variable 5 * 2 (10) bytes
	   ptr = (int *) malloc(5 * sizeof(int));
	   for (i=0;i<5;i++){
	       printf("Enter a number : ");
	       scanf("%d",(ptr+i));
	   }
	    for (i=0;i<5;i++){
	       printf("\t%d",*(ptr+i));
	   }
	}
Output 
Enter a number
23
Enter a number
34
Enter a number
45
Enter a number
46
Enter a number
87

23 34 45 46 87
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