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2. Low-Level Memory Management

Konrad Kokosa1 
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Warsaw, Poland
 

To understand how memory management works, we need to acquire a broader context. In the previous chapter we learned the theoretical basis for this topic. We could now go directly to the details of automatic memory management, how the Garbage Collector works, and where memory leaks may occur. But if we really want to “feel” the topic, it is worthwhile to spend a few more moments on the basic reminder of yet another aspect of this topic. This will allow us to better understand the various design decisions that were made by Garbage Collector creators in .NET (as well as other managed ...

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