memory allocation for objects

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In C++, a variable like int x (which is a local variable because it is instantiated within a function) is allocated on top of the process stack.

However, if we use int *x=new int, heap space is made available.

 

So here are my inquiries:

So here are my inquiries:

1. What about objects belonging to several classes (user-defined or classes given by C++)?

Where do their things actually get created?

For instance:

Employee shall be a class, and Employee shall be declared emp;.

Empty spaces are either supplied on a stack or in a heap.

2.Do all four of the cells in int a[4] of a receive stack space if the declaration is contained within a function?
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