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Memory Management Misconceptions

, 1 Sep 2011
.NET Memory management is an impressive and comprehensive system, but it's not flawless, and it’s occasionally a little anti-intuitive. As a result, there are a few common misconceptions which need to be dispelled before you can really get the most out of the .NET framework.
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