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memory leakage

jite eghagha
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Joined: Oct 06, 2006
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Good day,

When i debug in Netbeans IDE, there is a bar that displays some measure of memory ? 83.9 / 89.1 mb. These numbers, do they have something to do with memory leakage ?

Using these chunks of Pseudocode would someone please enlighten me on the art of Garbage Collection ?

What should i worry about, what commands do i use to carry out Garbage collection ? Do i handle each Object i wish to set for collection seperately, or collectively?
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