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    SubjectMemory maps
    Dear freinds:

    I have following questions about memory maps. I appreciate any
    suggestion.

    Q. (1)When a process is running, how can I get the range of data, stack,
    and code segments, say the stack segment is from address 0x..... to
    0x..... so do data segments and code segments?
    PS: Under ELF format, there are several seperaed code and data
    segments, but the process control table has only one pair of
    pointers for each, Are the pointers still useful?

    (2) /proc/*/maps will show us those info, but how does it get these
    info?


    FuHau

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