This is a test question

This is a test question

  1. The limit of the memory for a single program execution is 1.5GB. This limit includes every aspect of memory consumption:

    • stack,
    • heap,
    • memory required by virtual machine (e.g. in Java family languages),
    • memory required by interpreter (e.g. PHP, Python).
  2. The stack size varies for different languages:

    • Java has the limit of 64MB (increased from default value of 1MB),
    • every language that is compiled to the executable file (e.g. C, C++, etc.) has no limit for the stack size, i.e. the stack is (theoretically) limited by the memory limit,
    • for every remaining language (i.e. languages with interpreters or virtual machines) we do not change default stack size limit, i.e. the stack size has default value for the supported version of the compiler.

Please note that the limit may differ between compiler versions. Information about default limits should be available in documentation of languages. Please be aware that interpreted languages can define limits other than “stack limit”. For example, you may expect the “recursion limit” instead of “stack limit”.