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With memory-mapped files, a file is mapped to a pointer p, and byte #i of the file can be accessed through the pointer p+i. For each byte in the file, there must be an address available in the logical address space. With 32 bit, there are only 2^32 possible logical addresses, so 2^32 bytes in a memory mapped file that can be accessed at all. You are ...


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