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objects created on the heap and those eligible for gabage collection

Harold Ndou
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Joined: May 19, 2013
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class Dozens {
int[ ] dz = {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12}
public class Eggs {
public static void main( String [] arg) {
Dozens [ ] da = new Dozens[3];
da[0] = new Dozens();
Dozens d = new Dozens();
da[1] = d;
d = null;
da [1] = null;
// do stuff
}
}
The answer is: five objets were created and two objects are elegible for gabage collection(C and F in the K & B study guide, chapter 3 self test question 10 on page 283

I have problem trying to understand the number of objects created within main () method, and those that are eligible for garbage collection. Can anyone assist me, i wil greatly appriciate it.
Arnab Sunny Rakshit
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Joined: Jun 07, 2013
Posts: 19

I tried to explain it in the Screenshot below.


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Harold Ndou
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Thanks Arnub

I got it.
 
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