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surya.raaj prakash
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Hi Friends,

Use of Reference Queue with soft reference and weak reference is optional,
but each phantom reference you must be associated with ReferenceQueue, WHY?
surya.raaj prakash
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Henry Wong
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surya.raaj prakash wrote:but each phantom reference you must be associated with ReferenceQueue, WHY?


Okay, let's assume that there was an option to declare a phantom reference without a ReferenceQueue -- how do you propose that it be used?

Henry


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