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Java Scrict faq

Vimal Bharathi Andiappan

Joined: Jun 12, 2008
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Since javascript or any language supports design patterns, I guess there will be some mechanism to avoid memory leaks also.what to we have to avoid memory leaks in javascript?

If i am using javascript in my code and my application becomes slow, what could be the reasons/places that i can check in my js code?
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Stoyan Stefanov
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if you're on windows, check the free processexplorer thingie, it's like task manager but shows you a single process in isolation, this should give you an idea if memory leaks are your problem. It's worth reading up on memory leaks in IE.

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