Is there a stack heap in Python

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Does Python have a stack and heap algorithm to manage variables and memory ? How can we manage memory in case of large number of data?
Nov 9, 2018 in Python by ana1504.k
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Memory management in Python involves a private heap containing all Python objects and data structures. The management of this private heap is ensured internally by the Python memory manager. The Python memory manager has different components which deal with various dynamic storage management aspects, like sharing, segmentation, pre allocation or caching.
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