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Mohammed Hameed24-Jun-13 0:31
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V.20-Jun-13 0:31
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memory exception for about 90% of the time, come from memory leaks caused by not releasing objects.
There are a few occasions were you could anticipate and act accordingly.

Furthermore, I hope there is some testing involved before going into production, any memory issues will come up there and you can act accordingly without the necessary need of exceptions.


Mohammed Hameed wrote:
my perception is not correct.

it is not about right or wrong Big Grin | :-D

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