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In this article we explored a theory; would it be better to not utilize a heap construct when dealing with very large objects in .NET, in order to avoid Large Object Heap (LOH) fragmentation?

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9 Aug 2013
Dennis C. Dietrich
Clarifying how the .NET GC identifies objects to collect once and for all... hopefully...
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11 Jul 2017
Doug Duerner, Yeon-Chang Wang
In this article we explored a theory; would it be better to not utilize a heap construct when dealing with very large objects in .NET, in order to avoid Large Object Heap (LOH) fragmentation?
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19 Aug 2018
BenHall_io
This article is super-simplified, look at .NET garbage collection, with loads of intentional technical omissions. It aims to provide a baseline level of understanding that a typical C# developer realistically needs for their day-to-day work.