Days ago I posted “How does the RAM work in C++ computing?” This post is
“ How do the global and local variables use the RAM” They are sister questions.
In C++, if a variable is defined outside a function, it is global variable,
e.g. “float glbl”. Alternatively Inside a function, it is a local variable ,
e.g. “float lcl”
Do they have the same right/passibility to use the RAM?