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gc ? who took it out?

 
sathish
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hello
who took the gc question out of the discussion?
are they not courteous to inform?
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that was not a original question. if you need original questions, they are out here in several parts of this discussion forum and i repeat that was not a original question.
who decides whether it is a original question or not?
the options which i gave for the answers was no way related to the original answer.
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there may be several choices for an answer sometimes some words may coincide with the answers but that doesn't mean that it would have been extracted from the original source!
i seriously don't know what the original source is.
e.g: if you have a question on overloading as what would be the legal statements after line X? and you can give all possible options - that doesn't mean that you extract the same source.
There are many terms used to describe garbage collection and i used a few. It is not from a original question!
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i don't know why they removed! - oh yes it is a prejudice!
just go and look through other discussion topics and you will see who had posted the real question!
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I'm moving this to the "Java Ranch" topic since that's a better place to talk about general JavaRanch policies...
[This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited April 26, 2000).]
 
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