Quick Homework, C/C++ Programming

Write three functions in C or C++: one that declares a large array statically,
one that declares the same large array on the stack, and one that
creates the same large array from the heap. Call each of the subprograms
a large number of times (at least 100,000) and output the time required
by each. Explain the results.
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