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Naveen Madarapu
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Hello Dr (Poornachandra) Sarang,

I want to know about memory management are you discussed anything about memory management in your book.


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Poornachandra Sarang
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You will have to be more specific about what you mean by "Memory management". Java does provide automatic garbage collection.
Naveen Madarapu
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java 1.5 onward java peoples introduced the management package. we can handle garbage collection explicitly? am asking about these info.
Poornachandra Sarang
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I suppose you are referring to java.lang.management. This provides interface for monitoring and management of JVM. Certainly, this is out of scope of the current book and the book obviously does not cover it.
Naveen Madarapu
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thanks for the information...........
 
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