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Default Life cicle in C#

I am using an external DLL with some objects.
I am using object created with "new" operator

How can I destroy them, after using?

Is there something similar to "free" in C++?


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I come from china and can only speak English a little.
I know only a little.
There isn't "free" in c#.
You needn't destroy the object youself,because it will help you to clear the object of unusing.
I want to make freind with you, my email is xinhongrao@tom.com.

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