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Here's an example of showing how to use the AllocEntry() with multiple
blocks of memory.


AllocEntry() returns a pointer to a new MemList of the same size as the
MemList that you passed to it.  For example, ROM code can provide a
MemList containing the requirements of a task and create a RAM-resident
copy of the list containing the addresses of the allocated entries.  The
pointer to the MemList is used as the argument for FreeEntry() to free the
memory blocks.

    Assembly Does Not Have MemEntry.
    The MemList structure used by assembly programmers is slightly
    different; it has only a label for the start of the MemEntry
    array.  See the Exec AllocEntry() Autodoc for an example of using
    AllocEntry() from assembler.

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