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# Line 76  documentation. When built in this way, i Line 76  documentation. When built in this way, i
76  and frees memory by calling the functions that are pointed to by the  and frees memory by calling the functions that are pointed to by the
77  \fBpcre_stack_malloc\fP and \fBpcre_stack_free\fP variables. By default, these  \fBpcre_stack_malloc\fP and \fBpcre_stack_free\fP variables. By default, these
78  point to \fBmalloc()\fP and \fBfree()\fP, but you can replace the pointers to  point to \fBmalloc()\fP and \fBfree()\fP, but you can replace the pointers to
79  cause PCRE to use your own functions. Since the block sizes are always the  cause PCRE to use your own functions. Since the block sizes are always the
80  same, and are always freed in reverse order, it may be possible to implement  same, and are always freed in reverse order, it may be possible to implement
81  customized memory handlers that are more efficient than the standard functions.  customized memory handlers that are more efficient than the standard functions.
82  .P  .P
83  In Unix-like environments, there is not often a problem with the stack unless  In Unix-like environments, there is not often a problem with the stack unless

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