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Why is memory being allocated before malloc code has run?

An initial heap is allocated to the process by the OS when the process is loaded; if an allocation cannot be satisfied the heap is extended by requesting more memory from the operating system.

See for an explanation for example.

What you are seeing is the initial heap allocation to the process, not the total memory allocated by the process from that heap.

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