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A computer provides each process with $65,536$ bytes of address space divided into pages of $4096$ bytes each. A particular program has a text size of $32,768$ bytes, a data size of $16,386$ bytes, and a stack size of $15,870$ bytes. Will this program fit in the machine’s address space? Suppose that instead of $4096$ bytes, the page size were $512$ bytes, would it then fit? Each page must contain either text, data, or stack, not a mixture of two or three of them.
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