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Recall how the command line arguments are represented in the memory. You are asked to write a program that dynamically creates another copy of the same structure. Suppose we do something with the new copy, then your program frees the new copy.

Recall how the command line arguments are represented in the memory. You are asked to write a program that dynamically creates another copy of the same structure. Suppose we do something with the new copy, then your program frees the new copy For example, the memory snapshot will be as shown below when we run your program as: myprog argl arg2 #include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <string.h> int main (int argc, char *argv[]) argv int newc char **newvi int i, j; /* YOUR CODE to create a new copy */ NULL arg2 argi myprog newc3 neww NULL arg2 argl myprog /* YOUR CODE to free the new copy */

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