Is it a build-in function?

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    Is it a build-in function?

    Dear all,

    This is my first time to post message here. I'm glad to see you all here.

    I have met a function called Malloc. There is a line as below:
    #define Malloc(type,n) (type *)malloc((n)*sizeof(type))

    I don't know whether it is a build-in function or not. Also, what is its function?

    Thanks for solving my problem.

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    Using `new' for C++ lang need no headers.
    But malloc() for C lang needs <stdlib.h> included.
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