static memory

noun Computers.
the contents of computer memory that remain fixed until written to or until the power is turned off. Unabridged
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static memory  
  1. Computer memory used by a piece of software that contains fixed information that is not altered while the software is running.

  2. See static RAM.

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Example sentences
To work around this error, you should reduce the static memory usage for your code.
Currently, the list is static memory and is not and should not be freed.
Putting all arrays in static memory may inflate memory usage beyond practical limit.
Buffer overflows can also be exploited in heap or static memory areas by overwriting data structures in adjacent memory.
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