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John Lee
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hi:
can anyone give a precise definition of g.c.?
thanks,
Matt Cao
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Hi Don,
Still in Japan. Objects which are no longer referenced are termed garbage, and the process of finding and reclaiming these objects is known as garbage collection. Taken from the language founder's book.
Regards,
MCao
John Lee
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hi:
i think i found some links about gc:
Automatic Garbage Collection in Java and C++;
Tuning Garbage Collection;
Reference Objects and Garbage Collection.
Matt Cao
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Hi,
Those links decribing gc processes and manipulations. I originally thought you need the gc definition. Anyway, good links.
Cheers,
MCao
John Lee
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hi:
i am looking for information on all aspect of gc. thanks for your help!
Marlene Miller
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