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GeneralRe: Some thoughts on the .net CLR/CLI Pin
Super Lloyd14-May-19 19:37
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honey the codewitch14-May-19 19:56
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Super Lloyd14-May-19 20:32
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honey the codewitch15-May-19 3:38
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Super Lloyd14-May-19 19:12
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honey the codewitch14-May-19 19:29
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Super Lloyd14-May-19 19:40
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johannesnestler15-May-19 4:09
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What are you talking? The "call Dispose for shure" pattern recommends writing a destructor, so if your object won't be disposed it will free resources at least in the finalizer. If diposed is called, the code in the finalizer is obsolet and supressed. You do this for base-classes only and for derived classes you use the simple Dispose pattern. I work a lot with hardware and unmananged ressources, my finalizers are called all the time, no one exits the application to free memory and system resources but coders forget to dispose (mostly implicit by not using a using-block)... And I talk here about backend and frontend. And: many resources will be hold by the OS until you reboot...
So I can understand that in your experience it "doesn't matter", why? I can just quess you write a very specific type of software, if memory is not your problem I'm fine with that, but don't recommend that ignorance to memory-management in .NET to others...

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