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Technically, you're working on "objects", not "classes". Terminology is important.

I believe that when the object goes out of scope, the garbage collector will eventually pick it up and free the memory.

Many of the .Net framework objects have a Dispose() method, so when you're done, you can call that. If you want to dispose your own objects, you have to derive from IDisposable, and override a few methods.


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