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Old 18 December 2019, 21:51   #13
ex. demoscener "Bigmama"

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String literals are a special case, and they become heap-allocated objects.

You could use compiler explorer (e.g. to check this kind of thing with different compilers and options.

Edit: or the link alkis provided, which has an m68k version of gcc, if you prefer that (strange that the array initialization is missing when selecting gcc 10, btw).
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