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The question is stupid, there is no way a dynamic heap manager can guarantee it wont give the memory space away to some other call for memory allocation. To do what you asked it would have to keep the memory "available" anyhow, so for the love of all things coding just declare the thing static in that case (unless you actually want a global).

My C++ is rusty with string objects but it should be something like
static char* str = char[128];

In C it is simpler
static char str[128];

Problem solved it now has the same address everytime locally, and effectively does the same thing that any crazy heap manager doing what you asked would have to do.

I am assuming you are going to change the string at times, so you want a variable not a constant.
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